One of tennis’s most popular rackets has been updated with EXO3 technology for 2010 and players from the ATP and WTA switched to the Prince EXO3 Black Team at the Australian Open.
Prince, the global tennis leader that catapulted racket design and performance to new heights by introducing the world to O-technology, announced the next generation of one of tennis’s most popular rackets prior to this year’s opening Grand Slam.
“The introduction of this new model is significant given the vast, global popularity of the preceding version and the fact that its weight and balance appeal to the largest population of the playing market – meaning more players can now take advantage of, and own, an EXO3 racket,” said Tyler Herring, Global Product Manager for Performance Rackets at Prince.
The EXO3 Black Team features EnergyChannel, a sculpted groove and inlayed insert incorporated around the frame which provides a crisper feel with more feedback for players who are most interested in control.
Prince's EX03 Technology:
The next generation of racquet design, only from Prince.
With the patented EX03 Energy Channel technology, the new EX03 Black Team delivers the perfect blend of control and power for the aggressive baseline player.
Enhancing the dynamic effects of the Energy Bridge, is the patented Energy Channel, a sculpted groove within the frame that provides added stability, boosts ball control and increases spin by up to 25%.
Frame Weight: 280g
Length: 27 inches, 85.58 cm
Cross Section: 23mm
Swing Weight: 295g
String: Hybrid Power EXP
String Pattern: 16x19
Cover: Full Thermal
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