By Bill Gray and Bruce Levine on December 07, 2009
The [K] Tour 95 is a “tweener,” a racquet that straddles the fence between advanced and intermediate-level frames. It’s fairly light, but a slightly head-heavy balance adds stability. And while there’s some nice pop, the mid-plus head size keeps the power at a moderate level. The racquet will help you out some, but you’ll still need to work for your shots. Testers who had no trouble moving around the head-heavy and quarter-inch longer frame enjoyed forceful ground strokes and serves with a fairly comfortable feel. Many of them also liked using the [K] Tour 95 at net, but several found maneuverability to be a little challenging up there due to the head-heavy balance. If your game is based around big ground strokes that set up easy volleys, like Davenport’s, this could be your weapon of choice.
Bottom Line: A nice tweener stick for baseline bashers who want a player’s frame without the extra weight.
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