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#1
Hey Chris,

First I'd like to say I appreciate the knowledge you provide us in your videos.

My question; I'm a 5.5+ player and have been playing with the Prince Tour 95 for a couple of years. Prior to that I played with the Rebel 95 (bright yellow). Unfortunately, the tour 95 is no longer for sale and my sticks aren't in great condition, I need new frames. In your opinion, which frames would be most comparable in every aspect to the Tour 95 and would be a viable alternative?

Appreciate your time :)
 

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#4
Sorry for the late response!!

Hopefully the update to the Textreme Tour 95 makes it down under.

Aside from that, I'd take a looks at the Volkl Tour 10 and the Dunlop Srixon CX 2.0 (hopefully available by late Aug at Tennis Only). The Yonex VCORE Pro 97 310 would also be worth a hit. It's a bit firmer/crisper feeling but a great player's racquet, nonetheless.

Cheers,
Chris, TW
 
#5
Sorry for the late response!!

Hopefully the update to the Textreme Tour 95 makes it down under.

Aside from that, I'd take a looks at the Volkl Tour 10 and the Dunlop Srixon CX 2.0 (hopefully available by late Aug at Tennis Only). The Yonex VCORE Pro 97 310 would also be worth a hit. It's a bit firmer/crisper feeling but a great player's racquet, nonetheless.

Cheers,
Chris, TW
Hi Chris, in terms of comfort, what do say to me about the Srixon CX 2.0 16x19? The stifness is high for a control racquet (68).
 

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#6
We all rated it as a comfortable racquet in our review. There's only one negative customer comment when it comes to comfort while other customers say it is a comfortable racquet.

An alternative with a much lower RA would be the TFight 315 Ltds:
Tecnifibre TFight DC 315 Ltd. Racquet (16x19) 179.00
http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage-L31516.html

Tecnifibre TFight DC 315 Ltd. Racquet (18x20) 179.00
http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage-L31518.html

We are low on stock with not all gripsizes available but are looking to get more in.

Chris, TW
 
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