Feel and power –wise – for sure! Can't find any closer rackets to CX200 Tour among all 15+ Dunlop rackets I have. They are even more precise due to 95" head size.My ears just perked up..Did you just mention that the cx tour 200 compares to the 300g...?(one of the goat)
Yes, that's true. However it depends on a few things. Shock absortion is of course much better in more heavy frames.Light rackets don't absorb enough energy..
My tolerable range is 11 to 11.7 oz..
I think it also depends on the balance of the racquet... I had a Head Graphite Pro some time ago, it was 89.5 sq inches and had a static weight of 372g (with overgrip and rubber band). It had quite a headlight balance though... so I could develop high RHS. In fact, when serving, I would be amazed at how fast the racquet came through and just how viciously the ball would swing on the slice serves. However, I would also feel like the racquet was going to take my shoulder out of its socket due to the inertia that was generated.Yes, that's true. However it depends on a few things. Shock absortion is of course much better in more heavy frames.
But if you are trying to get too much spin with too heavey racket or if you're too many times too late – heavy frame is also not too healthy.
I guess 330-335g static weight of quality frame shouldn't be too light for shock absortion. But if I am trying to work harder on more spin
with 345-350g rackets – my wrist hurts.
Feel-wise 93P of course – as it is half Mid way and has thin beam – is the best one. Also looks very stylish. I think CX2.0 Tour and 315 Limited are quite similar – but CX200 Tour is for sure stiffer and more powerful. Important if it's what you need. TT95 has one really annoying thing in almost all recent Prince rackets – very open string pattern. It's not bad racket, but I demoed it a few times – always was disappointed.In my case, it’s 93P first, TT95 second and the Srixon 2.0 Tour the last. I think if someone is going the way of the 2.0 Tour, I’d suggest the Ultra Tour or the TFight 315 LTD 18x20. They both can be modded to play more potent than the Srixon 2.0 Tour, imo.
Did you customise your dunlop?i have all 3,they are all fun rackets. my main racket is the dunlop. TT95 is a 16x19 and fairly open. I prefer 18x20 . The 93p is the most demanding of the 3. You need good technique and prepare early or you will miss a lot. For me it is also to heavy for use in a longer match. But i like it for practice. The dunlop is easier to use. I added some protection tape on top which is about same as 2 grams of lead for a bit more plow.
I put 2,5 grams (total) of tungstun tape at 9 and 3 and few grams at 7 inch to counterbalance plus overgrip.Did you customise your dunlop?