View Full Version : Reccomended Racket for a 3.0-3.5 All-Court player?
03-31-2004, 05:49 PM
right now im using a Prince Threat Triple Bandit but im looking for something a little better. Any suggestions? Im looking for perhaps a 95-110 square inch (head size) racket but ive been having trouble finding one. Anyways, i just wanted to know from ure guys' experience for which racket u might recommend
Thanks in advance
03-31-2004, 06:07 PM
Try the Pro Kennex 5g, Slazenger Pro Braided Henman or Prince MORE Control. All are good all court racquets. There are many more racquest in this range that are also good all court frames. Use the TW Racquet Finder to help narrow your search.
The Bandit is so light, you'll probably find that the biggest adjustment will be getting used to the added weight.
03-31-2004, 10:01 PM
hrmm thanks for the suggestions. Yeah the bandit is pretty light. anyways, thx for the suggestions
btw, im debating now between the Pro Kennex 5G or 7G. It seems the 7G is a bit longer has more power/pop to it?
Any ideas on which would be better?
04-01-2004, 05:31 AM
I think that asking an open ended questions will have you headed in countless different directions and ultimately have you more confused than convinced. Recommending a racket that is "better" than a TT Bandit is impossible. What are you trying to get from a racket that you are currently not getting from the TT Bandit? What do you like about the TT Bandit that you would like to retain in a new racket? The TT Bandit is a fine racket. It has been used by players from beginners on up(granted not as much by the higher end players). If you are looking for a racket in an effort to improve your strokes, don't waste your money. Spend it on instruction. If you have a particular part of your game that you are trying to enhance re-state your questions. Otherwise, the tail will be wagging the dog!
04-01-2004, 06:27 AM
Stay with the Bandit.
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