Prince EXO3 Graphite 100
Released September, 2009
The Pros:High topsin capacity from baseline on serves and groundstrokes. Minimal arm fatigue or pain after long periods of use. Forgiving sweetspot accommodates mishits.
The Cons:Leather on grip is too dull and hard-feeling for most players. Volleys can be a bit over-powered.
The Prince EXO3 Graphite 100 is a premier tennis racquet built for professionals at the 4.0+ level. It’s the largest racquet (100”) in the Graphite series and an immediate step up from the Graphite 110.
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It adds along large grommetless string holes that reduce wing drag, thereby offering more forgiveness. The signature component of the Graphite 100 is EXO3 technology, which reduces frame vibration by 50%—which results in 25% more comfort versus conventional racquets. Included also is a patented Energy ChannelTM, a sculpted groove in the frame that enhances stability; boosts ball control; and increases the spin by up to 25%. Overall, the 100 is not as maneuverable, but makes up for this with much more stability, comfort, and feel. Famous professionals who use the Prince EXO3 Graphite 100 include Fredrik Nielson, Rubin Staham, Martin Vassalo-Arguello, and Denis Zivkovic.
- Premier Tennis Racquet
- 4.0+ Level
- Grommetless String Holes
- EXO3 Technology
- Energy ChannelTM
- Length: 27.0
- Headsize: 100sq.in.
- Cross Section: 19mm
- Weight: 11.1oz
- Balance: 13.0”, 4pts
- Grip: Calfskin Leather
- Rec. Strings: Recoil
- Power Level: 775
- Swing Weight: 300
- String Pattern: 16x18
User Reviews (1)
High topsin capacity from baseline on serves and groundstrokes
Minimal arm fatigue or pain after long periods of use
Forgiving sweetspot accommodates mishits
Well balanced weight distribution, contributes well to velocity without having to swing harder
Great ability to return deep serves
Leather on grip is too dull and hard-feeling for most players
Volleys can be a bit over-powered
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