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pokefan
03-06-2005, 03:12 PM
I am in the market for a new stick and was wanting some suggestions on some racquets to demo. I am currently playing with a Prince Rebel, which I generally like. I would like a stick that (in order of desire) offers more spin on all shots (especially on serves), provides more pop on the serve, and slightly more power. I play about 50% singles and 50% doubles. In singles, I generally am a baseliner.

Right now I am thinking of giveing the Wilson N6-one and Prince Shark MP a try. In your opinion, are these good choices and what other sticks might be worth demo-ing?

Gaines Hillix
03-06-2005, 03:59 PM
The ones that are most similar to your current frame but with a little bump in power are the Head LM Radical MP and the Wilson Ncode nPro MP. The nPro would be more spin friendly than the LM Rad.

pokefan
03-09-2005, 03:44 AM
Thanks for the input. I am generally not a big fan of Head racquets. There is something about the feel that I don't like.

Tennis magazine's review of the nPro complained about a very small sweetspot on the nPro. Was this an exaggeration or a real problem? Power, control, and spin wise how will the nPro compare to the nSix-one?

Thanks again!