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The Prince Textreme Tour 100T is the perfect blend of performance with the ideal mixture of power with control to go with maneuverability and stability. The Textreme Tour 100T allows players to generate easy head speed while still producing a great plow-through and explosive power. New "Textreme" material located on the shaft area for improved torsional stiffness and a more responsive hitting for off centered shots.
With a Prince Power Level of 850, open 16x18 string pattern, tapered 20/23/22mm beam, and a 100 square inch head, the Tour 100T is best suited for intermediate to advanced players with a moderate to fast swing speed looking for a great blend of power and control.
For Optimal String Performance Prince Recommends: Tour XS 17
Note: Prince does not offer a cover with the Textreme Tour 100T.
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I came from using a Babolat Pure Drive Tour. I wanted a thinner beam racquet that was a bit lighter at the net since I play a lot of doubles now. I have mine strung at 57 pounds with Prince Control 17ga string and I couldn't be happier with it. My dodgy elbow has been fine. This racquet is very maneuverable at the net and I am always quick to get strings on the ball with it. I did find that adding some lead at 3 and 9 really improved the feed on it, though. I 3 grams split and 3&9 and 3 in the handle to keep the balance. I love it and I have been using it non-stop for a year now. Purchased here.
5 StarsNice feel and very flexible
Aaron from KS wrote (July 08, 2016):
This racquet has a great feel to it. I tried the 100L and they are very similar. But I enjoyed this one more because the L was slightly too light for me. I was happy to see that this frame is not too stiff, as I am recovering from some arm issues. This frame is very flexible and comfortable on the court, and also seems to be spin friendly. The best part about this is how it feels on the return of serve. It’s stable and strong without being too stiff. I was able to generate nice power and get some added depth on my ground strokes and serve. I was concerned that it would be too light from looking at the specs, but the weight ended up being perfect, especially with a poly string. Definitely recommend giving this one a try.
4 StarsNo problem
Brandon from CO wrote (June 10, 2016):
I was a little concerned with the under 11oz weight, but stability is still there. I am a 3.5 player and use Black Code. Great top spin and very whippy. Still get the pace and depth I like because of the lighter weight. Control is enough, especially with the Black Code. Don't let the weight fool you, this is a nice stick.
5 StarsSolid feeling intermediate players stick
J Tolson from TN wrote (June 28, 2015):
After reading reviews and seeking a more arm friendly frame, I decided to demo the Txt100. What a good decision! Currently playing with the Head Speed Graphene Pro 18x20 and the stiffness of the frame is causing fatigue on a damaged wrist. I was pleasantly surprised at the level of comfort afforded by the Txt100, even more so after seeing the high stiffness rating. Baseline play is superb. I can hit penetrating shots with good spin and depth off both wings. Topspin is good with the open pattern (which I'm normally not a fan of) and slice stays low with good depth if you follow through on the swing. Serving placement is good. I feel like I know where the ball is going with no surprises. Not the most powerful bomber but the accuracy more than compensates. I don't spend lots of time at net but volleys are crisp and forgiving. Can't tell what the demo is strung with but I'll be ordering mine with NRG2 today as I box the demo up to ship back.