Prince Phantom Pro 93P Racquet Review

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Click For Free Video: Picking a Tennis Racket: The Truth Not Marketing (Part 1 of 4) If you are anything like me, you are sick and tired of all the marketing "hype" behind selling tennis rackets. Every year, the latest greatest racket is the fastest, most spinningest, laser controlled, racket that has ever been! By now we should all be hitting 500mph serves! So I decided to get behind the smoke and mirrors to take a deep dive into the real science of the tennis racket. What really creates power, spin and control. Once you truly understand the science behind the racket, you will be able to choose the perfect one for you. I look forward to working with you much more in the future with Top Speed Tennis. Good luck with your tennis. Clay Ballard E-Tennis Website: Click Here to Subscribe to YouTube Channel: Twitter:

Why Is The Serve In Tennis So Difficult? One Main Reason... If there's one stroke you're very likely still struggling with in your tennis game then it's likely the serve. You've been working on your serve technique for long time and yet you're nowhere close to the technique and power that the pros possess. A tennis serve is technically the most difficult stroke but there is one single cause from which many other challenges arise - and that's the Continental grip. As soon as you decide to use a Continental grip in your tennis serve, everything that you knew so far about the serve that made sense is not correct any more. You can't orient towards the court and you can't swing towards the target. The Continental grip changes everything by 90 degrees and instead of still persisting with the common sense approach to serving, you'll need to change. You'll also need to develop more power in the pronation move as only then will you be able to make the best of the Continental grip.


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Prince Phantom Pro 100 Racquet Review Designed in collaboration with touring Pros, this is the solid beam version of the Phantom 100. The Phantom Pro 100 is ideal for intermediate and advanced players. Prince builds this model with Textreme, a flexible substance used in the shaft to increase stability without adding extra weight. Although this stick is livelier and crisper than the original O-port version of the Phantom 100, it packs a wonderfully flexible feel, especially compared to the majority of modern player's racquet on the market. Thanks to CTS Technology, this racquet's beam goes from an ultra thin 16mm shaft (for feel) to 20mm at the head (for a tad more power). From the baseline, the Phantom Pro 100 is fast enough for attacking the ball, but it still manages to feel solid when trading heavy balls. The open 16x18 pattern not only delivers easy access to spin but it also launches the ball at a higher trajectory for easier depth. Big hitters who like hitting high arching shots that drop hard should love this stick. At net the Phantom Pro 100 moves into position quickly to deliver impressive stability. In addition to having enough power to stick block volleys deep, the Phantom Pro 100 has exceptional touch for crafting tight angles and malicious droppers. Players who swing this racquet fast will be rewarded with enough power and placement on serves to cause some very weak replies. Ultimately, Prince has delivered a very solid follow-up to the original Phantom. With its buttery flex and spin-friendly precision, this is a must demo for those who want easy targeting and great feel.

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Prince Phantom Pro 93P Racquet Review

Loaded with outstanding control and feel, this racquet reminds of frames from the past. Prince is back with this racquet which is like nothing else on the market currently!

The 93 square inch frame is loaded with flexible feel, control, precision and feels solid at impact. Our playtesters loved this racquet that remind them of a blast from the past.

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