Spin potential from TF40?

Wondering what the spin potential / launch angle looks like compared to other frames I've owned/played recently. I usually go for Confidential @ 50lbs, and this is roughly how I'd order them from least spin/lower launch angle to max spin/higher angle. Where would you place the TF40?
  1. Wilson Ultra Tour
  2. Gravity Tour
  3. Angell K7 Lime
  4. Ezone DR98
  5. Tecnifibre 300 RS
  6. Extreme Tour (this one actually spins the ball quite a lot but it's not a "penetrating" powerful spin like the ones below)
  7. Angell K7 Red
  8. Speed MP (360+)
  9. Blade Pro
The feeling I get from memory (bear in mind this is the last year and a half) - the Ultra Tour is in a no-spin league of its own, then the GTour, K7 Lime, and DR98 are kinda similar, then you get the 300 RS, ET, and K7 Red kinda similar, and lastly the Speed MP and Blade Pro are on another level of powerful, spinny, heavy shots.
 

RoarTT

Semi-Pro
This doesn't answer your question but i would like to add this as far as 18 main variants go:

Close to 16x19 playability:
TT 100P, 360 Speed Pro

Moderat launch angle/spin:
Ultra Tour, Gravity Pro (and Tour), Dunlop Biomimetic 300 Tour, and i suspect the current Prestige MP (upcoming "Pro")

Lowest launch angle:
TC97 18x20, TF40


Tennisnerd mentioned in a recent video that the TF40 has more spin/higher launch angle than the Gravity Pro and i completely disagree about that. I believe you can see that just from looking at pictures of the string patterns, the TF40 is among the densest out there and for me it is very noticable on court. But there you go, everything is so subjective with these things :)
 
Small digression from the original post: interesting about the Speed Pro. From reading/research online I've always found the MP to be much favored on top of it. I feel like it's too much of a loose canon, but I'm def a 16x19 rather than 18x20 player. Gravity Tour for instance I wish was a little more open. Maybe the Speed Pro is one worth trying?
 

Rosstour

Legend
Try the TF40. You won't regret it.

Initially I struggled with the lack of spin but now I don't think I can go back to my old 16x19 spin monster/string eater (Prince Textreme Warrior 100).

I generate plenty of spin now after making the necessary adjustments, and everything else is better.
 
Wondering what the spin potential / launch angle looks like compared to other frames I've owned/played recently. I usually go for Confidential @ 50lbs, and this is roughly how I'd order them from least spin/lower launch angle to max spin/higher angle. Where would you place the TF40?
  1. Wilson Ultra Tour
  2. Gravity Tour
  3. Angell K7 Lime
  4. Ezone DR98
  5. Tecnifibre 300 RS
  6. Extreme Tour (this one actually spins the ball quite a lot but it's not a "penetrating" powerful spin like the ones below)
  7. Angell K7 Red
  8. Speed MP (360+)
  9. Blade Pro
The feeling I get from memory (bear in mind this is the last year and a half) - the Ultra Tour is in a no-spin league of its own, then the GTour, K7 Lime, and DR98 are kinda similar, then you get the 300 RS, ET, and K7 Red kinda similar, and lastly the Speed MP and Blade Pro are on another level of powerful, spinny, heavy shots.
Blade Pro and Tf40 are the best rackets from that list for me. Especially when it comes to feel/touch. However choosing 95” 16x19 frames would give you more option do to lower swing weights in most cases. CX200 Tour 16x19 is an option worth consideratio.
 

t_pac

Semi-Pro
TF40 is a great frame but in terms of spin/launch it's definitely lower than the G Tour so would be either at the top or very close (not played the Ultra Tour for comparison).
 
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