Prince Warrior 100 Tennis Racquet
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With a Prince Power Level of 1000, 16x19 string pattern, wide tapered 24/26/22mm beam, and a 100 square inch head, the Warrior 100 offers more power with great spin potential. Overall, the Warrior 100 is best suited for players with moderate swings who are looking for the right blend of power and control.
For Optimal String Performance Prince Recommends: Warrior Hybrid Touch
- Headsize: 100 sq. in.
- Length: 27.00 in.
- Weight (strung): 11.2 oz.
- Stiffness (Babolat RDC): 66
- Balance: 13.05 in. Head Light
- Cross Section: 24/26/22mm Tapered Beam
- Swingweight: 318 kg*sq. cm
- String Pattern: 16x19
- Grip: ResiPro
- Prince Power Level:1000
- Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0
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Good all around racket for moderate swings.
Price point is ideal
The first thing that caught my eye on this was definitely the price point. This racquet has great reviews and an even better price, so I knew I had to take advantage and get one for myself. The EX03 technology on this is awesome and resulted in a fast swing and lots of power. This racquet helped me produce more topspin than any frame I am used to. This frame really had everything I was looking for- it felt comfortable on the court but also stable, provided an equal amount of control and power, and was really maneuverable from all over the court. I noticed its benefits the most when I approached the net. My volleys felt crisper and I was able to place them better than ever. When you string this one up with a multifilament, you really can’t go wrong, especially with the price point. This is definitely worth taking a demo out.
Went the demo route on this frame, can't go wrong with Midwest's demo program. The Warrior 100 is a pretty solid racquet, had a lot of features that benefited my game. I really enjoyed the frame when attacking the net. I am a serve and volley type of player, this frame managed not only stability but also ideal put-away power. My groundstrokes were solid, managed to get decent pace and a fair amount of depth. Arm-friendly, racquet came with a multifilament and did not have any issues in terms of arm fatigue. Solid racquet overall, will demo again before deciding if I should purchase.
Prince Warrior 100
I am an active senior player that needed to replace my favorite Prince EXO3 White which is no longer made or supported. I demoed the Prince Warrior 100 and 100ESP as well as others. The 100 is very head light and after adding weight to the head is more stable than the ESP and almost as much spin. Everything is easier with the new 100 including volleys which surprised me. The Warrior 100 is a definite upgrade. This time I will get a back-up. Midwest Sports is by far #1 for demos, service, delivery and being price competitive.