|Head Size:||97 in² / 626 cm²|
|Length:||27in / 68,5cm|
|Strung Weight:||326g / 11,5oz|
|Balance:||31,98cm / 7 pts HL|
|Unstrung Balance:||31cm/10 pts HL|
|Beam Width:||20mm / 20mm / 20mm|
Is the Extreme Tour really not powerful? Shows CPI 500 on Head's literature vs say 200 for Prestige MP and Gravity Proagree with the suggestions so far to check out these two:
Extreme Tour 360+, excellent access to spin, not very much easy power.
My notes: 318 grams with an OG and 16G, 32.5CM! very whippy.
Radical MP 360+, if you want a easier depth/power, but it's still a control frame. little more dense in the middle, so less spin, greater directional control.
My notes: 319 grams with an OG and 19G and rubber band dampener, 32.8CM decent whip
could always put a couple grams under the door, to make it more whippy.
3 grams = 1 pt HL.
and for the tour, if you were to use lighter gauge strings, you would be < 32CM for SURE.
for example 1.25 -> 1.15 = 4 grams less, typically. so you could easily reach epic whip with the tour and an 18L
Not sure it reaches the maneuverability you require, but my first thought...Head Graphene 360+ Prestige Midplus..Does anybody know any prominent racquets that would meet the above description? I'm looking for something that qualifies as a control/player frame but that still comes around quickly and isn't too heavy (ideally < 320g). Thanks!
Speed Pro is not maneuverable, it is on paper but did not feel nearly as whippy as my Prestige MP. Prestige MP is good if you add a leather grip but not that whippy in stock form.Not sure it reaches the maneuverability you require, but my first thought...Head Graphene 360+ Prestige Midplus.. Speed Pro...
Other end Gravity Pro...
Head Graphene 360+ Prestige Midplus would be my choice.
Other optiosn Yonex Vcore 98, Yonex Vcore pro 97
Prostaff v7 I guessWhat can you compare it to power/maneuverability wise from your demo list that you've tried?
I don't think you even need the Tour version; the standard Strike with a few grams lead in the head at 12 and/or in the handle would be enough.Strike Tour? Maybe the Vcore Pros
Coal Powered.This Lady Donnay is a very whippy racquet :
Vintage 1980s wooden Donnay Ladywood tennis racket. This rare racket showcases 80s sports at their best, with purple rainbow coloring. The head does not appear to be warped and even the wrap is in fairly good condition. Would be a great gift for a tennis enthusiast! Measurements: Length: 26 3/4www.etsy.com