Well, the answer to that question doesn't need to be hidden behind some hard to get paint job anymore, because Prince is releasing their extended length Prince Ignite 95 in a beautiful new paint job to 999 lucky customers. It is called the Prince Bryan Bros Ltd. Edition 95.
It was simply high time for the arguably the best doubles pair of all time to get their own signature stick. The specs are, like with most pro tennis racquets, not for people who like tweeners as you need to be able to get your feet in place to be able to swing this thing. I've played with several Prince 95-inch racquets over the years (latest the Prince TexTreme Tour 95, which I think is fantastic) and they're really nice playing racquets.
The Prince Bryan Bros Ltd. Edition 95 will be available on the 24th of October.
|Head Size:95 sq. in. / 612.9 sq. cm.|
|Length:27.25in / 69.22cm|
|Strung Weight:12.5oz / 354.37g|
|Balance:12.62in / 32.05cm / 8 pts HL|
|Beam Width:22mm / 22mm / 22mm /|
|String Pattern:18 Mains / 20 Crosses
Mains skip: 8T, 10T, 8H, 10H
No Shared Holes
|String Tension:40-50 pounds|
Have you hit with this racket? How is it? How does it compare to my current stick of the prince phantom 93p?
I have not hit with that racquet. It actually looks like something I would enjoy a great deal to be honest. I think it requires a lot more effort to swing with a bigger headsize and a thicker beam. Also the feel is a bit stiffer so it will probably play differently. But I would be really curious to test this racquet myself. Good to know is that the Bryan Brothers have now switched the Babolat Pure Drive.
Nice to hear you are enjoying the Phantom 93P. I still have at least one in my bag because I love the feel of that racquet.
Cheers / Jonas