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vamosrafa15
11-30-2006, 04:01 PM
i was offered a sponsorship from fischer and i am not sure what racquets to look at. the rep is bringing me all of them next weak. any suggestions thanks:)

counterpuncher
11-30-2006, 04:52 PM
Fischer Magentic Tour 100 which I am currently hitting with is definitely worth a demo along with the Magnetic Speed 98 and 105 - light and heavy versions.

WhiteSox05CA
11-30-2006, 07:20 PM
I really liked the Fischer M Speed Pro No. 1 (98 12 oz.)
That's the racket Baghdatis plays with.
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Steve Huff
11-30-2006, 08:37 PM
How do you play? What's your rating? What racket do you use now? What could it do better? Why are we trying to answer this question when we don't know anything other than you were offered a sponsorship by Fischer. And, by the way, I'm using a Fischer M Speed 105 now.

ELPHIE
11-30-2006, 08:42 PM
I am using the Fisher magnetic tour and found it one of the all around stick in the market. Also for the strings that will go with it I also discovered the best hybrid for this I use SPPS 17g 54lbs MAIN/ Pacific Tough Gut (natural) 16 56lbs CROSS. Better than I did the Babolat Hurricane Tour 17/Pacific Tough gut with the same tensions.

vamosrafa15
12-03-2006, 08:05 AM
right now i use the wilson n-code six-one 95. i have a deal with wilson wear i got a players package but i still have to pay for racquets. ($60 per frame) and i tried the baghdatis racquet and i really liked it and i would get everything from fischer free!! thanks for the advise. :)

SC in MA
12-03-2006, 09:34 AM
right now i use the wilson n-code six-one 95. i have a deal with wilson wear i got a players package but i still have to pay for racquets. ($60 per frame) and i tried the baghdatis racquet and i really liked it and i would get everything from fischer free!! thanks for the advise. :)I used to use the ncode61 95 and now use the Fischer MSpeed98 (the Baghdatis racket), which to me is sort of a refined n61. While both rackets offer excellent stability and a solid feel, I found that the MSpeed 98 offers much better control and feel and is definitely more manuverable and less tiring in long matches. I found that the MSpeed performs best at lower string tensions (below 60lbs.) If it feels at all boardy, then its strung too tight. I would string it at 55lbs as a starting point and go from there.

spectraflamed
12-03-2006, 01:52 PM
I just tried a fisher racquet and it was pretty good. I forget which model but I am sure it was older (meaning a year or 2 old) midplus 102.

mavsman149
12-07-2006, 07:00 PM
Try the M Speed 98 standard weight great control and very comfortable. don't worry about the incredibly low flex it is still stable.

dpmac
12-07-2006, 07:58 PM
i switched to the mspeed pro number 1 98 for over a month now, i absolutely adore the stick