Since 1985, I have specialized in selling Prince products through my retail tennis business. Personally, I played with the first Prince Classic racquet in 1977 and have been using Prince racquets ever since!
In the past, Prince racquets were more widely used by touring professionals and they were very popular here in Hawaii. That trend has changed over the years. As a loyal fan of the brand, it’s important to me to promote Prince here in Hawaii—to revive the popularity it once had.
Now, you can buy Prince racquets retail from Tennis Warehouse — or you can support a local business and order anything you see on their website through AM Stringing. As an authorized dealer, I have a wholesale account with Tennis Warehouse and can save you the cost of shipping.
Is it time for a new racquet?
If you use Prince racquets already, or you’d like to switch, you’d be in good company. Some tennis pros who have used or currently use Prince racquets include Michael Chang, Maria Sharapova, Sam Querrey, and Bob & Mike Bryan—just to name a few.
Let’s get together and talk about your game so I can help you find a Prince racquet that’s right for you. Once I know the racquet you’re currently playing with, I can match you up with something comparable. Or, if you’re willing to experiment, I could steer you to another racquet that might better meet your needs, improving your game.
Bonus: If you purchase two or more racquets of the same model, I will match them free of charge. Why is this important? Click here for the answer!
And that segues into:
Free Demo Program
Not your ordinary demo experience!
Interested in trying a Prince racquet?
Free consultation and more! During our consultation, I will recommend the racquet or racquets that I believe would best meet your needs. If you happen to know which racquets you would like to demo, that works too.
But it doesn’t end there!
I’ll install fresh strings comparable to your current string setup before you take the demo out for a test drive! This experience will help you “feel” what the racquet has to offer for your game.
You’ll be able to play with the demo for at least a week, free of charge. Never go by your first impression . . . it’s always best to try a demo for a couple of hitting sessions and play a set or match with it before you decide.