By TENNIS.com on December 07, 2009
From a construction standpoint, the two key improvements between the nTour Two and its predecessor are the introduction of nanofoam into the frame and slightly bigger string holes, which make the grommets larger in diameter. Both technologies are designed to give you a smoother ride compared to the nTour. Many of our testers said that when they found the sweet spot, it felt great and had little to no vibration. Others weren’t quite convinced, although nobody found the racquet to be a tuning fork. It doesn’t tip the scales like a heavyweight, but the nTour Two has good heft and stability. It rates as a flexible racquet, but many said the frame played more on the stiff side. If you’ve got a fairly long, speedy swing, the nTour Two will supply plenty of power, especially on the serve where it received its highest praise. A few testers had control issues from the baseline, despite the small head, so you may want to string toward the high end of the recommended tension range.
An update of a popular recent model, this newer version is intended to have better feel in a quieter and more playable frame.