XFeel Tour compared to Speed 300, XForce, and others?
I'm searching for a racquet for doubles (can no longer play singles due to surgery) that is easy on the arm, allows easy access to spin, gives some decent pop, offers excellent touch/feel, has superb control, and obviously volleys well.
I'm looking at several racquets: Donnay XDual Silver, Donnay XP Dual Black 102, Head YT IG Speed 300, Mantis Tour 305, Pro Kennex Ki Q5 295, Pacific XForce, and Pacific XFeel Tour.
The only one I've tried before is the Pacific XFeel Tour.
Can anyone compare any of the other racquets to the XFeel Tour?
Any opinions on the other racquets would be appreciated as well.
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