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emhtennis

New User
Hello everyone, I'm pretty close to pulling the trigger on an Angell, but wanted some feedback from the community first. I've been playing with a Liquidmetal Prestige Mid for about 18 months. With leather grip, two over grips, and no additional modification it weighs in at 363g. Online the SW is supposed to be around 335 to 340. I play with a full bed of MSV focus hex 17 at 47lbs. This racket has really been like a coach in my hand for the past 2 years. It rewards playing well and doing the right things, and absolutely punishes you for being out of position or not using proper footwork/technique.

Anyways, (mostly thanks to backhanded compliment's very detailed reviews and descriptions) I have settled in towards ording a TC95 16x19 63RA. I'm going to keep the A grip because I have actually grown to like them on my prestige. The biggest questions I have are about weight, balance, and swing-weight.

I have written to Paul and he thinks all of this will fit my game really well, and he has personally recommended a SW of 295. In my facebook message I told him specificially I would order the frame at 320g and 9pt headlight. So, this is where I need the help. Will going from a SW of 340 to 295 be too drastic? The most important thing I told Paul was that the racket had to be rock solid, no twisting, big plow-through ability.

So, to better summarize my quesitons:

1. Should I trust Paul's recommendation for SW at 295 or ask for something higher (I lean towards, yes, who am I to question someone with his kind of experience)
2. With stability in mind, where should I request weight and balance? Again, my prestige is 363g and balance is 9 or 10 pts headlight
 

Carreau

Semi-Pro
295 will be unstrung SW. At the end it will be ~325 IMO.
TC95 was not rock solid (coming from TC100), however, when I'm used to it and framing less - it is okay now.
 

StanAO14

Rookie
The 295 is also before pallets. In the end it might be that the Angell 95 will swing heavier than your LM mid. Somehow a 295 unstrung SW Angell is not the same as an 295 unstrung SW of another brand (foam, ex pallets). If you want a more stable frame than the LM mid, just order the 330 gram unstrung, 12 point head light, although I think the 320 unstrung will do as well.
 

krikamons

New User
I wouldnt call my tc95 rock solid (320, 10pts). K7 red feels noticably more stable in comparison. Not to say that it's not a great racket otherwise. But if stability is your thing then might be worth looking into this in greater detail
 
Folks, if you'd please shed some light here:

Currently playing with Ultra Tour prostock @ 340g strung. Love the racquet. Recently purchased a pair of Head Pro Tour 630 (PT57A). They're sitting at 343g strung, but feel a LOT heavier to swing than the Ultra. I'm using the Pro Tour on and off (because I can't get enough of the feel), and when my arm starts aching I switch back to the Ultra.

I'm looking for another racquet in 16x19 to leave in my bag, for easier access to spin to play on clay. I've owned a K7 red (which I sold because the grip was overly large). I loved it but it's quite similar to the other two racquets I have in terms of feel. So I was hoping to migrate to something with slightly a little more pop/power, so that it can also be used as a racquet to "rest" my arm when it gets a little sore/tender.

I love Angell and wanted to pick one from their line. I was leaning towards a TC97, but have come across a cheaper TC100 Tour, and thought I should also consider an ASL3? I don't want a pure drivish racquet by any means.. just a little more power but with decent control and great feel.
 

Classic-TXP-IG MID

Professional
Hello everyone, I'm pretty close to pulling the trigger on an Angell, but wanted some feedback from the community first. I've been playing with a Liquidmetal Prestige Mid for about 18 months. With leather grip, two over grips, and no additional modification it weighs in at 363g. Online the SW is supposed to be around 335 to 340. I play with a full bed of MSV focus hex 17 at 47lbs. This racket has really been like a coach in my hand for the past 2 years. It rewards playing well and doing the right things, and absolutely punishes you for being out of position or not using proper footwork/technique.

Anyways, (mostly thanks to backhanded compliment's very detailed reviews and descriptions) I have settled in towards ording a TC95 16x19 63RA. I'm going to keep the A grip because I have actually grown to like them on my prestige. The biggest questions I have are about weight, balance, and swing-weight.

I have written to Paul and he thinks all of this will fit my game really well, and he has personally recommended a SW of 295. In my facebook message I told him specificially I would order the frame at 320g and 9pt headlight. So, this is where I need the help. Will going from a SW of 340 to 295 be too drastic? The most important thing I told Paul was that the racket had to be rock solid, no twisting, big plow-through ability.

So, to better summarize my quesitons:

1. Should I trust Paul's recommendation for SW at 295 or ask for something higher (I lean towards, yes, who am I to question someone with his kind of experience)
2. With stability in mind, where should I request weight and balance? Again, my prestige is 363g and balance is 9 or 10 pts headlight
Several things...

1. Trust Paul, the man knows what he's talking about (and as others have said that SW of 295 is unstrung and without pallets, etc), and 2. Ask Paul whether he could apply one of the skins to your racquet when putting it together. They weight something like 1.5g at 3 & 9 o'clock and give you just that tag more weight in these locations further increasing the SW and the Twistweight, resulting in more stability and power.

Last thing, especially if you're going to want to tinker with the racquet in order to make it suit you perfectly (because let's be honest no racquet id ever absolutely perfect), I would get the 320g, 12 pts HL (305mm) option. That gives you the leeway to add a bit more weight to the head in the form of the skins and/or Tungsten tape and add some weight at 7" above the butt cap to counter-balance. If you like your racquet to be 9 or 10 pts HL when strung, you'll need to start with the most HL option as all the specs on the Angell site are unstrung and before pallets or strings, etc.

Hope that helps.
 

topspn

Hall of Fame
Hello everyone, I'm pretty close to pulling the trigger on an Angell, but wanted some feedback from the community first. I've been playing with a Liquidmetal Prestige Mid for about 18 months. With leather grip, two over grips, and no additional modification it weighs in at 363g. Online the SW is supposed to be around 335 to 340. I play with a full bed of MSV focus hex 17 at 47lbs. This racket has really been like a coach in my hand for the past 2 years. It rewards playing well and doing the right things, and absolutely punishes you for being out of position or not using proper footwork/technique.

Anyways, (mostly thanks to backhanded compliment's very detailed reviews and descriptions) I have settled in towards ording a TC95 16x19 63RA. I'm going to keep the A grip because I have actually grown to like them on my prestige. The biggest questions I have are about weight, balance, and swing-weight.

I have written to Paul and he thinks all of this will fit my game really well, and he has personally recommended a SW of 295. In my facebook message I told him specificially I would order the frame at 320g and 9pt headlight. So, this is where I need the help. Will going from a SW of 340 to 295 be too drastic? The most important thing I told Paul was that the racket had to be rock solid, no twisting, big plow-through ability.

So, to better summarize my quesitons:

1. Should I trust Paul's recommendation for SW at 295 or ask for something higher (I lean towards, yes, who am I to question someone with his kind of experience)
2. With stability in mind, where should I request weight and balance? Again, my prestige is 363g and balance is 9 or 10 pts headlight
The SW Paul gave you is unstrung so you’ll be closer to around 325. TC95 is super solid in not getting pushed back but has a little flutter so you want to improve lateral stability. Easily done without too much weight. I used tungsten, a bit over a gram on both sides at 2&10 and problem solved. This will also bring up your SW a bit so you’ll be closer to 330. Plow through is there no problem at all. 320g and 9HL is a pretty good setup and will allow you some room to add weight to your liking
 

ElMagoElGato

Semi-Pro
Hello everyone, I'm pretty close to pulling the trigger on an Angell, but wanted some feedback from the community first. I've been playing with a Liquidmetal Prestige Mid for about 18 months. With leather grip, two over grips, and no additional modification it weighs in at 363g. Online the SW is supposed to be around 335 to 340. I play with a full bed of MSV focus hex 17 at 47lbs. This racket has really been like a coach in my hand for the past 2 years. It rewards playing well and doing the right things, and absolutely punishes you for being out of position or not using proper footwork/technique.

Anyways, (mostly thanks to backhanded compliment's very detailed reviews and descriptions) I have settled in towards ording a TC95 16x19 63RA. I'm going to keep the A grip because I have actually grown to like them on my prestige. The biggest questions I have are about weight, balance, and swing-weight.

I have written to Paul and he thinks all of this will fit my game really well, and he has personally recommended a SW of 295. In my facebook message I told him specificially I would order the frame at 320g and 9pt headlight. So, this is where I need the help. Will going from a SW of 340 to 295 be too drastic? The most important thing I told Paul was that the racket had to be rock solid, no twisting, big plow-through ability.

So, to better summarize my quesitons:

1. Should I trust Paul's recommendation for SW at 295 or ask for something higher (I lean towards, yes, who am I to question someone with his kind of experience)
2. With stability in mind, where should I request weight and balance? Again, my prestige is 363g and balance is 9 or 10 pts headlight
Look at my signature. I’ll play with my TC90 V3 for the first time tomorrow. It’s very similar to my Prestige Mid. I won’t compare them side by side but will be able to comment on plow through and stability.

ElMagoElGato
 

Taita87

Rookie
Dang that’s massive. I didn’t expect that. I bought mine second hand. It’s a 310/315.
I am going to try it on Monday.
I'm coming from a pt630 and a tc95 18x20, the tc95 was around 298 SW and it is way less cumbersome then the pro tour (which I don't know specs, only weight at around 330 unstrung)
 
I am going to try it on Monday.
I'm coming from a pt630 and a tc95 18x20, the tc95 was around 298 SW and it is way less cumbersome then the pro tour (which I don't know specs, only weight at around 330 unstrung)
Hope you like the tc97. I came to it after trying the k7 red and tc95 and flirting a bit with yonex. I don’t think I’ll ever look back.
 

Taita87

Rookie
Hope you like the tc97. I came to it after trying the k7 red and tc95 and flirting a bit with yonex. I don’t think I’ll ever look back.
I got a trade for my 2 TC 95 16x19 that I did not use anymore after switching to the pro tour. It really cuted my TE.
I'm now trying tc95 and 97 in 18x20 hoping to find something similar to the pro tour but less hefty
 
I got a trade for my 2 TC 95 16x19 that I did not use anymore after switching to the pro tour. It really cuted my TE.
I'm now trying tc95 and 97 in 18x20 hoping to find something similar to the pro tour but less hefty
Could try the k7 lime as it has Kevlar in it same as the pt630
 
What differences did you find between the K7 red and TC97? I’m trying to decide between the two and would love your input! Thanks
Well my tc97 is 18/20, so that’s one. K7 feels more muted while tc97 is more crisp and has a foam filled response. Power is similar. K7 has less swingweight stock if that’s your thing.

Edit,

Tc97 has some flex in the head compared the the k7 but it still feels like an Angell.
 
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Keoni068

Rookie
Well my tc97 is 18/20, so that’s one. K7 feels more muted while tc97 is more crisp and has a foam filled response. Power is similar. K7 has less swingweight stock if that’s your thing.

Edit,

Tc97 has some flex in the head compared the the k7 but it still feels like an Angell.
Thanks for the info! Did you notice much difference with comfort? Power? And then spin and control, taking into consideration the different string patterns?

Thanks again!
 
Thanks for the info! Did you notice much difference with comfort? Power? And then spin and control, taking into consideration the different string patterns?

Thanks again!
Like I said, k7 is more muted kind of comfort whereas tc97 is more crisp and has a foam filled thwack to it. Both are insanely comfortable. Spin is fine with both. I don’t have any issues with spin my 18/20 tc97, but I have fast, long, aggressive strokes
 

ElMagoElGato

Semi-Pro
I played with my TC90 V3 today. It was super maneuverable thanks to its head light balance. It was especially good on volley and 1HBH. One thing not so good was plough through. It is good but not as good as PS85 that is a plough through monster. Adding some weights here and there may change it but I'll use it as is.

I'm glad to know that a right racket for me is readily available. I hope Angell lasts for long.
 
Folks, if you'd please shed some light here:

Currently playing with Ultra Tour prostock @ 340g strung. Love the racquet. Recently purchased a pair of Head Pro Tour 630 (PT57A). They're sitting at 343g strung, but feel a LOT heavier to swing than the Ultra. I'm using the Pro Tour on and off (because I can't get enough of the feel), and when my arm starts aching I switch back to the Ultra.

I'm looking for another racquet in 16x19 to leave in my bag, for easier access to spin to play on clay. I've owned a K7 red (which I sold because the grip was overly large). I loved it but it's quite similar to the other two racquets I have in terms of feel. So I was hoping to migrate to something with slightly a little more pop/power, so that it can also be used as a racquet to "rest" my arm when it gets a little sore/tender.

I love Angell and wanted to pick one from their line. I was leaning towards a TC97, but have come across a cheaper TC100 Tour, and thought I should also consider an ASL3? I don't want a pure drivish racquet by any means.. just a little more power but with decent control and great feel.
Help, anyone?
 
I'm coming from my first outing with the tc97 18x20 and it is damn similar to the pro tour. Avoid it if you don't like the head.
I absolutely love the Head, but for some reason it feels way too heavy. I have an Ultra Tour with the exact same static weight and balance, and did a homemade SW measurement and they came out 3 points apart, with the UT on the heavier end, which I'm having a ton of trouble explaining. The Head just feels so much heavier.. I even asked my wife (who doesn't even know how to properly hold a tennis racquet), to grab both and tell me which one is heavier, and she says the Head is way heavier.

I need something that swings similar to or slightly lighter than my Ultra Tour (enough plow through but that won't hurt my shoulder), gives me comfort/pocketing feeling of the PT630, but with more access to spin for clay.
 

Taita87

Rookie
Numbers are numbers.. if ultra tour has a higher SW there is no possibility that is less cumbersome then the pro tour. Maybe you did a wrong measurement.

The pro tour is awesome, the problem is it's too heavy for me too..
I need half or 1 month to fully test the tc97, but from first hour it is very very close. I didn't expect it from specs.

It's a tad more powerful and a tad less flexible but it behaves really similar otherwise.
And of course it's easier to move with the spec I ordered it.

It has the same amount or spin (or slightly less).
 
Numbers are numbers.. if ultra tour has a higher SW there is no possibility that is less cumbersome then the pro tour. Maybe you did a wrong measurement.

The pro tour is awesome, the problem is it's too heavy for me too..
I need half or 1 month to fully test the tc97, but from first hour it is very very close. I didn't expect it from specs.

It's a tad more powerful and a tad less flexible but it behaves really similar otherwise.
And of course it's easier to move with the spec I ordered it.

It has the same amount or spin (or slightly less).
Could it be how the weight is distributed? Such as UT more polarized causing it to feel lighter?
 

ElMagoElGato

Semi-Pro
Help, anyone?
It’s a mid against a mid in my case. My prestige mid and TC90 V3 carry almost identical specs. TC90 feels lighter and has less plough through. The prestige has 303 sw unstrung and TC90 is supposed to have 295 sw. To me , sw is a good indication but lightness of hoop matters more. But it’s hard to measure it. I only feel it when I swing.
 

The Herm

New User
Hey, I just finally ordered my first set of Angell racquets (TC90). I saw on their website they mention about a7-10 days before racquets are shipped out. I was curious if that's generally true or when I can expect to received them (shipping to the US).
 

ElMagoElGato

Semi-Pro
Hi,

Here’s a fellow TC90 user that is very rare on this board. I’m glad to see one. Well, I ordered mine on 5th July, it was shipped on 9th and got home on 11th. It was pretty much one week.
 

Vapix

New User
I play with my Tc95s 16x19 full time for 6 monts now and I really love them on every stroke except on my damned 2 handed backhand. I m always late or shanking.
I don't have this Problem with Blade98, pk q+5, Dr98,100p...
Anyone had the same problem, any idea or mod to solve this ? Could it be a balance matter or the open string pattern ?
 

emhtennis

New User
Vapix, I've had similar issues with other frames. I would mess around with lead tape on different parts of the hoop to alter the feel of the timing just a little. Start small, try 2 grams at 12, or 2 grams at 10 and 2 (cut into 1/2g pieces), etc.

Or, if you're late, maybe go the complete opposite and try and make the racket slightly more head light. Switch your grip out for a heavier leather grip, or put lead tape underneath the grip on the pallets and see if it lets you come around on the ball faster.
 

topspn

Hall of Fame
I play with my Tc95s 16x19 full time for 6 monts now and I really love them on every stroke except on my damned 2 handed backhand. I m always late or shanking.
I don't have this Problem with Blade98, pk q+5, Dr98,100p...
Anyone had the same problem, any idea or mod to solve this ? Could it be a balance matter or the open string pattern ?
Yes, experiment with weight @7” from the butt cap so around top of the handle. Start with around 3g and add more till you feel it has smoothed out your swing. I would first try with electric tape 1/4 inch instead of something permanent. Or if you have a bunch of grip bands. I actually got a bunch of these https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00U4AYU8O/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Each one is about 1.5g and can just easily layer them at 7” spot with no fuss
 

topspn

Hall of Fame
Tanks Emhtennis and Topspin, I will asap experiment some weight at 7'' for a more head light balance. (y)
The 7” spot is somehow a bit magical. It is not the same as simply making your frame HL. I am not Mr expert on all the MGR/I stuff but I tried it and found it simply works. As you add incremental weight in that spot, your swings smooth out and at some point the gains stop. One frame needed 7g, another 4g, etc.
 

esm

Semi-Pro
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Just got myself a K7 Lime! Any string recommendations for it? I'm leaning towards Klip legend x msv cofocus.

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tpro2000

Rookie
Hey Everyone,

I'm considering building a V3 TC 95, 320g/305mm, 16x19. It is basically a dead-on spec as Prince Textreme Tour 95 (2015). If anyone knows the strung weight/balance that would be appreciated.

Also, would you all think that would be the better choice, or maybe the K7 Red and just modify it. Is the Red also thin beam? Thanks!
 

Classic-TXP-IG MID

Professional
Hey Everyone,

I'm considering building a V3 TC 95, 320g/305mm, 16x19. It is basically a dead-on spec as Prince Textreme Tour 95 (2015). If anyone knows the strung weight/balance that would be appreciated.

Also, would you all think that would be the better choice, or maybe the K7 Red and just modify it. Is the Red also thin beam? Thanks!
Personally, I had a hard time gelling with the K7 Red. I tried various mods and finally sold it on. Whereas the TC95 16x19 (63RA), I was able to play well with immediately. But that's just my experience... many love the K7 Red.
 

tpro2000

Rookie
Personally, I had a hard time gelling with the K7 Red. I tried various mods and finally sold it on. Whereas the TC95 16x19 (63RA), I was able to play well with immediately. But that's just my experience... many love the K7 Red.
Thanks for the quick response! I just like that the 95 can be perfect spec. I have a "classic" Custom TC 100, 320g/310mm and it's fun, but feels a little boardy at times. Do you (or anyone) know if the newer version is a little more "comfortable"?
 
Hello everyone, I'm pretty close to pulling the trigger on an Angell, but wanted some feedback from the community first. I've been playing with a Liquidmetal Prestige Mid for about 18 months. With leather grip, two over grips, and no additional modification it weighs in at 363g. Online the SW is supposed to be around 335 to 340. I play with a full bed of MSV focus hex 17 at 47lbs. This racket has really been like a coach in my hand for the past 2 years. It rewards playing well and doing the right things, and absolutely punishes you for being out of position or not using proper footwork/technique.

Anyways, (mostly thanks to backhanded compliment's very detailed reviews and descriptions) I have settled in towards ording a TC95 16x19 63RA. I'm going to keep the A grip because I have actually grown to like them on my prestige. The biggest questions I have are about weight, balance, and swing-weight.

I have written to Paul and he thinks all of this will fit my game really well, and he has personally recommended a SW of 295. In my facebook message I told him specificially I would order the frame at 320g and 9pt headlight. So, this is where I need the help. Will going from a SW of 340 to 295 be too drastic? The most important thing I told Paul was that the racket had to be rock solid, no twisting, big plow-through ability.

So, to better summarize my quesitons:

1. Should I trust Paul's recommendation for SW at 295 or ask for something higher (I lean towards, yes, who am I to question someone with his kind of experience)
2. With stability in mind, where should I request weight and balance? Again, my prestige is 363g and balance is 9 or 10 pts headlight
Oh thanks... yeah the tc95 is also very string sensitive. I play lower tensions (45lbs) RS Lyon and i put my tungstentape on the outer rim so I get max benefit from the weight at 3 and 9. It makes a difference. My sticks are heavy 233 g at 9pts hl so my SW is pretty healthy. It destroys the ball. TC100 is definitely more stable abd there is something so easy about that stick but for me whats special about the tc95 is the way it asks me to focus a bit harder. For my game that = better results. Im a shotmaker and playing safe always gets me in trouble so a stick like the TC95 rewards risk taking. I used to use the youtek and earlier prestige MP's those were super solid but not as dynamic. With the TC95 I can hit rally balls that have so much heavyness that I get free points... then when I do have a ball I want to jump on its just all that much more to deal with. That's what is nice about Paul's designs he makes sticks that produce heavy balls if used well. They reward good strokes. How does the K7 red compare to the TC100. A friend who uses the tc100 is considering the red.
 

Classic-TXP-IG MID

Professional
Thanks for the quick response! I just like that the 95 can be perfect spec. I have a "classic" Custom TC 100, 320g/310mm and it's fun, but feels a little boardy at times. Do you (or anyone) know if the newer version is a little more "comfortable"?
I only have the V2 versions of the TC95s and TC97s, so I can't help you there.
 

recsoares

Rookie
Hi,mates!
Need some help with pallet change for a K7Lime.
Has anyone did this here?
I want to change from L3 to L2.
Any ideas,please?
Thanks a lot
 

krikamons

New User
Hi,mates!
Need some help with pallet change for a K7Lime.
Has anyone did this here?
I want to change from L3 to L2.
Any ideas,please?
Thanks a lot
What grip are you using? Babolat Skin Feel replacement grip will reduce the grip size significantly compared to a [standard] grip. I had Angell's hybrid grip on my A shaped 5 size grip which was too big. I then replaced it with Babolat Skin Feel and it felt too small. Now with Karakal it is just right. Don't know it will be equivalent to going down 1 size but is noticeable
 

emhtennis

New User
Recsoares, you could also use the heat sleeves to make your grip bigger: https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Heat_Shrink_Sleeve_build_1_2_grip_size/descpageGAMMA-HAFSLEEV.html

That link is for the white one which goes up a 1/2 size (4 1/4 to 4 3/8) there is also a black one which is thicker and goes up a whole size (4 1/4 to 4 1/2). I've used both before. They, of course, do add weight so you have to factor that in to everything else. You use them directly on the molded pallet, heat them, trim the edges, then put a replacement grip back on, then overgrip.

It would make the Lime even more headlight, which is probably not the worst thing in the world, you can always counterbalance with lead tape in the hoop to get it back to original balance point. Best part is that the sleeves don't break the bank. I would order 2 or 3 in case you make a mistake the first time.

Then, after typing all this I realized you wanted to go DOWN in grip size (haha). Well...... never done that before, maybe get some fine grit sand paper and try to evenly sand each bevel? Aside from that the thinner replacement grip is your best bet. Or, if you don't mind a firmer grip, you could still use the white heat sleeve on the bare pallet, but then but on overgrip directly on it, that would probably be thinner...
 

ChrisG

New User
Oh thanks... yeah the tc95 is also very string sensitive. I play lower tensions (45lbs) RS Lyon and i put my tungstentape on the outer rim so I get max benefit from the weight at 3 and 9. It makes a difference. My sticks are heavy 233 g at 9pts hl so my SW is pretty healthy. It destroys the ball. TC100 is definitely more stable abd there is something so easy about that stick but for me whats special about the tc95 is the way it asks me to focus a bit harder. For my game that = better results. Im a shotmaker and playing safe always gets me in trouble so a stick like the TC95 rewards risk taking. I used to use the youtek and earlier prestige MP's those were super solid but not as dynamic. With the TC95 I can hit rally balls that have so much heavyness that I get free points... then when I do have a ball I want to jump on its just all that much more to deal with. That's what is nice about Paul's designs he makes sticks that produce heavy balls if used well. They reward good strokes. How does the K7 red compare to the TC100. A friend who uses the tc100 is considering the red.
Exactly. TC95 forces you to play a better tennis. I've bought a TC100 a few weeks ago and played once with it and I can see myself really liking this frame, but man TC95 is something else.
K7 red is a different racquet, I think I have the right lead combination for my game, but the main difference is the lack of heavy ball it produce compared to the TC line. Comfortable, yes, easy to swing, yes, but simply underpowered, even with lead. Still good racquet for some chill tennis
 

hurworld

Professional
Sounds like TC95 is good for aggressive all court tennis? How does it compare to the Prince 93P, if anyone has tried both?
 
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