PRINCE Tour 100T ESP Tennis Racquet

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The PRINCE® Tour 100T ESP tennis racquet generates aggressive spin for players who prefer the back court. The 100% graphite frame is powered up with EXO³ string suspension and the Extreme String Pattern for lively stringbed response and enhanced spin capabilities.

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  • Adult unstrung tennis racquet
  • 100% graphite frame
  • EXO³ string suspension technology provides enhanced performance and response through a larger sweet spot
  • ESP (Extreme String Pattern) delivers up to 30% more spin for higher net clearance
  • Double Bridge technology dampens vibration in both the frame and the strings
  • Head Size: 100 sq in
  • Length: 27"
  • Balance (unstrung): 9 pts HL
  • Balance Point (unstrung): 12.4"
  • Swing Weight: 285
  • Power Level: 900
  • Cross Section: 20-22-20 mm
  • String Pattern: 16x16
  • Weight (unstrung): 10.6 oz
  • Recommended String: Tour XC 15L
  • Recommended Tension: 60 +/- 5 lbs
  • Grip: ResiPro
  • Cover not included

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Great Tennis Racquet.

By nige99

from atlanta ga

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Comments about PRINCE Tour 100T ESP Tennis Racquet:

Great size strength and price was awesome

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