I’ve been looking for a racquet with a better feel on my arm for a while now and I think I finally found it! I tested both the 107 and the 107T and to be honest, I couldn’t notice many differences between the two. Whether that is because I am not too advanced or don’t know enough about racquets, I am not sure! I can tell you that I got great feel from this racquet and the only difference I noticed was that this one was more maneuverable when I got up to the net. This racquet is solid from everywhere on the court, and the sweet spot provides a lot of forgiveness when needed. The more flexible frame and lighter weight on this racquet is ideal for my game. I would recommend this racquet to anyone looking for an oversize frame and great feel!
Took this racquet out with the 107 and it gave me a pleasant surprise. I was really able to get much more control then expected. With these frames you know you are going to get nice power, but the key is the ability to control that power. I was able to do just that. My serves were booming and my groundstrokes were strong and efficient. One knock I did have was my volleys weren't as stable and comfortable as I expected. The flex was great and the lightweight helps eliminate some arm fatigue. Perfect frame for the player with a slower swing speed who needs an extra punch of power and enjoys a nice responsive comfortable feel.
This is a great racquet!! The first challenge was for me to understand the difference between the 107T and the 107. My opponents on the court could not tell the difference; nor could I except that I found it slightly more maneuverable at the net (I am 5++Ǉ+̭+G+8++Ǉ+̭+--Ѡ141 lbs., so a person with a heavier build might find the 107 just as maneuverable. The amazing thing is that it++Ǉ+̭+G+ a comfortable racquet (less stiff than Babolat, Head and Wilson) and plays like a heavy racquet. It can handle big serves without being pushed back or twisting. There is no shock and it++Ǉ+̭+G+ extremely good on the arms. It++Ǉ+̭+G+ solid from the baseline, spin is excellent, it has a great sweet spot, volleys are crisp and power is just right for me (medium/high). Its am improvement from the Premier 105 ESP racquet (the recommended string tension is much lower and I prefer the lower tension and it++Ǉ+̭+G+ less open than the 105, which burns through any non poly strings and maneuverability at the net is better; it also feels and looks like a modern racquet with a Head Graphene type look versus the older Heads and Prince racquets++Ǉ+̭+G+used this the Technifbre HDX Tour 17 on my first Prince Warrior 107T , tension 57. I did not see any major improvement in Power or Spin compared to the NGR2 or the X One Biphase. It looks more durable, time will tell. I used the 'comfort' Volkl poly Cyclone Tour 17 G (same tension) on my 2nd Prince 107T and it++Ǉ+̭+G+ a fabulous string and matches this racquet well: more power, great control, more spin, more energy return, more pop on serves and crisp volleys and solid ground strokes. Its half the price of the HDX Tour (note, I did not consider any of the stiffer polys because of tennis elbow problems).