So, here's the skinny on this racquet...
It's light... very light. Forget what the swing weight states, IT'S LIGHT!!! And with a even a soft poly, it vibrates ... a lot. I hated this this stick. Hated... past tense. But here's the good news: lead tape at 9 and 3 going up to 11 and 1 as well as counter balanced in the handle to make the racquet 5 pts head light paired with a semi firm poly - Prince XC 15g at 46 pounds pre-stretched - this becomes a howitzer with a laser scope. I'm not kidding. The difference with some easy customization is amazing. With the open string pattern and the flexibility of this frame, it's "point and shoot" time. And you don't have to force the shot, just let the frame do its thing. You'll love it, hope this helps.
The Warrior Pro 100T is a pretty solid racquet, power and spin really stuck out. The open 14x16 string pattern was pretty unique and took some time getting used to. I like to hit shots from all over the court and really my biggest issue was managing my power. I had to modify some of my strokes to ensure that I was getting some shots in play. It was rather arm-friendly I had no issues playing with this racquet for long periods of time. Would trying this frame out.
Too much vibration,Did not play like a Prince Racket.
Very nice spin, but a little light and doesn't produce a lot of power. Overall pretty nice for the price.
great spin & power in this stick a little lite for some but a very fast swing will work
I was able generate great spin thanks to the open string pattern. Many balls that felt like they would go long ended up dropping inside the baseline. I am 4.0 player with a moderate swing speed.
I got into ESP frames due to ease of stringing and this one especially. Thats because it has the standard grommets and not the O port type. It is light but because of its balance it hits and swings heavier and with the open pattern its a lively hit. Thats even after putting 15 gauge poly or copoly strings. Its nearly all sweetspot.
At this price a perfect racquet for someone at 4.5+ level looking for an arm friendly yet plenty of power and spin option. A perfect tweener racquet.
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