Beginner and intermediate players looking for speed, spin and power should give the Warrior 107 a serious look. Like previous versions of the Warrior 107, this racquet is defined by its forgiving head size and easy acceleration. Offered at an outstanding price, this is the perfect option for value hunters. At only 10.2 ounces strung, the Warrior 107 moves fast but it still packs enough weight in the head to deliver a stable feel through impact. It also packs a CTS Beam which is thinner in the throat for added feel, and thicker in the head for added power. On groundstrokes the Warrior 107 feels comfortably crisp at impact. The generous head size combined with the even balance provide a stable and powerful response while still offering good control on full swings. There's also plenty of spin potential thanks to the open string pattern and easy acceleration. At net the Warrior 107 comes around fast to deliver a solid feel against pace, and there is more than enough pop to finish points with a bang. Ultimately, this is a great option for the player who wants the advantages of a larger head without a huge tradeoff in the control department. In addition to being suitable for beginners, intermediates and recreational players, this racquet's attractive price makes it an outstanding value.