Racket Review: Pro Kennex Ki Q Tour 325 Midplus
Originally published on 21/04/14
Once you get past the sand-like sound of micro-bearings moving within the 100 precision-engineered chambers in the four corners of the racket, you’ll find the Q Tour to be a decent bet for an attacking player looking for a power-friendly frame.
It soaks up returns and posts them back with interest, albeit with a slightly tinny sound, and volleys popped back nicely.
The traditional beam and dense string pattern will suit net-rushers keen to put their opponent under pressure with flat drives, while the Kinetic Technology and Spiral Tech carbon construction is credited with dampening vibration and reducing tennis elbow.