The royal family continues to grow as Prince expands its line of EXO3 racquets. Not only does the EXO3 line grow in size, but the technology itself gets an upgrade for 2011.
The actual ports the strings sit on have been re-engineered to enhance both vibration dampening and feel. This is achieved by combining thermoplastic and carbon fiber, which Prince calls Thermo-Carbon. The graphic below better explains the technologies.
The ever expanding Prince family of ATP and WTA pros will be using racquets from one of three main families:
EXO3 Black: This frame propelled Vera Zvonareva to her highest career ranking in 2010 as well as to her first ever Grand Slam finals (Wimbledon and US Open). Other players include: John Isner, Shahar Peer and Marion Bartoli.
Other Prince EXO3 players include both 2010 year-end world #1 ranked juniors. Daria Gavrilova from Russia relies on the EXO3 Black and Juan Sebastian Gomez from Colombia arms himself with the EXO3 Rebel. In Europe, there are currently roughly 80 #1 ranked juniors in their current age group, respective countries who are wielding racquets with this technology.
See what the new Prince racquets are all about:
Remember, you can demo any of these racquets as well as the rest of the new Prince line at Tennis Warehouse.