Volkl V-Sense 10 Tour Racquet Review

With V-Sense 10 Tour, Volkl serves up a speedy player’s racquet with a seductive blend of control and feel. Boasting a wonderfully thin 19mm beam, the V-Sense 10 Tour delivers a richer geography of feel than you’ll find with the current crop of stiff/modern player’s racquets. The result is a racquet that makes the ball feel closer to hand (think control). Volkl builds this racquet with its Precise Power Beam, which features a slightly less angular profile for a more classic feel. The graphite layup is infused with C3 Material, a uniquely strong tri-carbon matrix that enables a more strategic calibration of stiffness across the frame. As with all V-Sense models, this racquet comes with Volkl’s Super Grommet System, a feature that enables the strings to soak up extra shock while also transferring more energy to the ball. On groundstrokes the V-Sense 10 Tour offers extremely easy targeting. Full swings find their mark without much fuss, and there’s enough pop and spin potential to get the ball moving and hopping. Although it lacks the brute plow through and stability of a 12+ ounce player’s racquet, the V-Sense 10 Tour still manages to feel quite solid for an 11.5 ounce racquet. At net this stick offers quick handling and plenty of touch for crafting angles and droppers. Finally, the high level of control will enable aggressive servers to paint the corners with pace and spin. Ultimately, Volkl has produced an extremely impressive player’s racquet, one that blends the modern virtues of speed, spin and pop with some classic control and feel.

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  • Whats the difference between this one and the V sense 10 325? Dont get it

    Carlos Ruckoldt May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • Hi Tennis Warehouse,
    How does the Almagro spec version of this racquet compare to the RF97A in terms of power, spin & contol?

    Travis Leenaerts May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • Troy – How does the V Sense 10 Tour compare with the Youtek Prestige pro which is my current racket of choice. I am looking for something slightly lighter. The specs like string pattern, stiffness and SW are near equal. Would the Volkl feel more user friendly than the Prestige Pro? Thanks.

    harikkdi May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • Not sure about the racket m, but Hannah’s smile is sth else

    Ali Soleimanimajd May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • That stick looks distinctly similar to the classic DNX 10 and Powerbridge 10 frames. In fact, I'd bet my house its the exact same mold, with just a cosmetic update and a 16×19 version instead of 18×20. A great racket they should never have discontinued.

    Simon RB May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • @ Tennis Warehouse – Troy can you compare this racquet to the Ultra Tour and the Phantom 100p? Looking for a little more pop when compared to the Ultra Tour.

    platowasthestig May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • @Tennis Warehouse
    Hi TW, can you tell me the UNSTRUNG SW for this racquet. Thanks

    Fear Critical Apex May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • @Tennis Warehouse
    Hi TW, does Troy prefer Volkl Cyclone or Luxilon 4G and how do they compare?

    Fear Critical Apex May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • Hi TW,

    How does this volkl compare with the new Tecnifibre TFight DC 315 Ltd. Racquet (16×19)?


    Paul Wu May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • How does this racquet compare with the Pure strike (project 1) 16 by 19 and the ezone dr 98?

    Paul Wu May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • Can you provide the details on the Almagro spec?

    Ryan Lueck May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • Is the written review coming?

    Roar Nicolaisen May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • Which shoes are Chris and Troy wearing?

    BabaHannes May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
  • Hi Michelle,
    I'm an aggressive baseliner, I prefer lighter rackets that still have decent weight on the hoop for good plow-through. Do you have any choice picks that I could look into? Thanks!!

    Elliot Hicks May 23, 2020 5:30 am Reply
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