David Carl has been appointed CEO and CFO of Mantis USA. David brings 35 years of business management to Mantis USA. In this position he will oversee all financial aspects of the company and manage all logistics, including inventory control and purchasing.
I’ve tested a lot of tennis racquets in my life, some better than others, and some that I would never pick up again. The Mantis Pro 295 delivered the complete package. It’s not only great right out of the box, but it’s great because it’s a perfect tennis racquet to customize, it’s the perfect foundation tennis racquet. It also comes with a handle pallet system (you can remove the grip and change the shape and size of the grip without having to use shrink sleeves)!
So pretty much, this is the stick that I’m going to be carrying in my bag from now on. I’m officially flying the Mantis Pro 295 flag! I have also decided that because this tennis racket is about the best frame available in 2013, that is has been given the title of “TennisThis.com Tennis Racquet of 2013” hands down. Congratulations Mantis
Over all, the Mantis Tour 305 is a fine tennis racquet that has a lot of potential. For me, personally, I would add a couple of grams at the 12 o’clock position to bring up the swingweight a little bit for a bit more plow-through.I believe that the Mantis Tour 305 would be ideal for most any player that wants to add a little more to their tennis game. This tennis racquet would be ideal for the NTRP 3.5 all the way up to the NTRP 5.0 (with some customization of course). The Mantis Tour 305 offers a lot of versatile playability from all points of the tennis court; it offers good pop, great spin, and fairly decent control. I highly suggest all tennis players give the Mantis Tour 305 a playtest!