wilson ntour good for advanced players?

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  1. Goldberg

    Goldberg Rookie

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    i have been looking at the wilson ntour (95) head size racket. i have been using the wilson ncode 90 and trying out with the prostaff 6.0 95 as well. didnt hit a lot with the 6.0, i have been using the ncode 90 for over a year and after tring a few different ones always went back to that one. i play DIII college, have been looking for a little less demanding racket. I am strong and can handle the weight but looking for a little more forgivness. i play an all around game with a 1 handed backhand. use lots of spins and do not flatten out the ball as much. any help on where to look would be great. I am about 5'8.
     
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  2. JediMindTrick

    JediMindTrick Professional

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    Why not try the nCode 95? It is a little lighter and with the bigger head it is more forgiving.
     
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  3. Goldberg

    Goldberg Rookie

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    i used that racket didnt like it. not sure why just didnt feel comfortable
     
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  4. c_zimma

    c_zimma Semi-Pro

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    I would try the nTour. If strung with something decent, it's very forgiving.
     
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  5. Puredrivetennis

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    Apparently, it's the number 4 racquet on the canadian tour right now; not too popular when you move up a bit, though. Id say if you like it , use it.
     
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  6. munk3y

    munk3y Rookie

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    The nCode tour 90 is head light, while the nTour is head heavy. It's quite different from the baseline. I've hit with both of them and the nTour is quite a powerful frame but it is much more forgiving than the nCode Tour 90.
    Actually I would suggest the nCode nSix-One 95, as that is a powerful, forgiving and head light racquet. Try the 16x18 version first and see how you go.
     
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