Prince Warrior 100 ESP Tennis Racquet is the new and popular model of Prince’s Warrior line that comes with adding more spin and a new bold looking. Prince Warrior 100 ESP Tennis Racquet review is that we tested the racquet and published for our reader.
Prince Warrior 100 ESP Tennis Racquet was specially created for providing extremely balanced of spin and power. For plenty of maneuverability, it was made with 6 points head-light balance. The specialty of the Prince’s Warrior link is to include ESP Technology (Extreme String Pattern Technology) that allows 30% more spin in playing time. Incorporating EXO3 Technology and utilizing string suspension, there was created 54% sweet spot of feeling.
- Power – Best
- Comfort – Best
- Returns – Best
- Topspin – Best
- Groundstrokes – Awesome
- Slice – Awesome
- Volleys – Awesome
- Touch/Feel – Moderate
- Serves – Moderate
- OVERALL – AWESOME
- Using EXO3 Technology that allows 54% larger sweet spot.
- Using ESP Technology that offers 30% extra spin.
- Using Double Bridge Technology that helps to reduce frame and string vibration.
- Using ResiPro gripping system
- It’s composition with 100% Graphite.
- Awesome string design
- Super faster swing speeds
- Good ball controlling capacity
- Extremely lightweight
- Moderate levels of touch/feel
Our expert and playtester ‘Andy’ discuss his experience with us Prince Warrior 100 ESP Tennis Racquet. He enjoyed it at the time of hitting topspin, He said, “Being a spin songster, it will be reputed day by day. Both forehands and backhands, I got lots of topspin with this racquetball racquet. This is one of the top quality and best racquetball racquet even I played! Adding extra pace helps to drop well into the lines that made me more aggressive with angles and lobs. My groundstroke suited up and got consistent spin on both backhands and forehands with the racquet. It is the comparatively lighter weight which helps me gain positive attitude on playtime. It is able to generate decent pace for a player, because of its’ higher power level. I enjoyed to play and slicing the racquetball with this racquet.”
The volleys of the racquet look awesome. According to our expert opinion, the racquetball racquet was too much comfort for him. Our Play expert and play-tester ‘Andy’ said, “I liked the maneuverability as well but I faced a problem with the touch or feel that was not too much awful to me. However, I was very careful with my backhand volley. Considering Serve as well as Serve Return, I was successful because of its’ good spins and power.”
‘Andy’ also shared some likes and dislikes of Prince Warrior 100 ESP Tennis Racquet to us. He said, “I loved the comfort, spin, string pattern, swing power or speed and maneuverability. Serve and Serve Return was great as I seen! I think the racquet will be the good choice to buy almost any level. On the other hand, I felt light weight and the moderate level of touch on this racquetball. But, hope that doesn’t create problems to all.”
Question 1: Does the racquet offer carrying case? Does it come strung?
Answer: Actually Prince doesn’t offer any carrying case with their racquet, especially player types racquetball racquet and it comes unstrung.
Question 2: What is the power level of the racquet? For whom(which types of player), the racquet is more suitable?
Answer: The power of the racquetball racquet is good enough on both forehands and backhands. The racquet is suitable for the players who likes to play with lighter weight racquet.
If you like to play with lightweight but good and easy swing racquet, you can consider purchasing this racquet. You can control the ball easily with this racquet and it will help to make you more aggressive during playtime because of its’ super balance (5 Pts head heavy). EXO3 and ESP technology of the racquet would be given you advantages over the opponents.
Prince Warrior really did a good job introducing Prince Warrior 100 ESP tennis racquet that is already becoming popular and top rated racquet to the racquetball players.
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