Prince EXO3 Rebel 98 Tennis Racquet
The EXO3 Rebel 98 has a Prince Power Level of 775 and a 98 square inch head, offering a forgiving, yet controlled option in the EXO3 line. Overall, the EXO3 Rebel 98 is a great racquet for an intermediate-advanced to advanced player with a fast swing speed, seeking a lighter feel.
- Headsize: 98 sq. in.
- Length: 27.00 in.
- Weight (strung): 11.20 oz.
- Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 57
- Balance: 13.10 in. Head Light
- Cross Section: 21mm Straight Beam
- Swingweight: 327 kg*sq. cm
- String Pattern: 16x20
- Grip: Prince ResiPro
- Prince Power Level: 775
- Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0
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Big bang for the buck
I strongly recommend this racquet for the intermediate player. Low vibration and generous sweet spot with excellent control 16g synthetic gut at 60# works well for me
Awesome for the price
First of all I agree with the other reviewers, plush, arm friendly and manuverable. I bought this to replace a Babolat Pure Drive. This racquet has low vibration but a little more feel than the EXO Tour 100. I noticed that this stick has more power than the Tour 100 and I'm more likely to hit the ball long until I get used to it. This racquet feels much better than the Tour 100 in the serving department by leaps and bounds. I feel like I have never served better and with more accuracy and power than with this racquet, even better than my old Pure Drive. At $149 and also the $30 special right now, this is a total steal.
Great combination of power and arm friendly flex. The open string pattern helps create nice, controllable spin. Very plush!
A racquet in the same class as the Head Prestige Mid Plus. A nice blend of power, control and maneuverability. All my shots had a nice plush feel to them. Throw poly strings in it to increase the power of your shots. I recommend it to anyone 4.0 and up.
hits all the shots
Great frame. I'm a 4.0 and I've found improvement in all of my shots since switching to this frame. A perfect blend of power and control. I play a lot of doubles and I can't believe how maneuverable this frame is at the net.