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frankyG
12-27-2009, 06:39 PM
greetings to all tennis warehouse members, i am currently in the market for a new racquet my current racquet is:
microgel radical os
with six grams of lead tape at six o'clock and nine o'clcok
18 grams at six o'clock
18 grams wrapped above the overgrip
strung at 5 lbs below recommended tension with kevlar
the problem is that the racquet i am currently using is okay and all but i need more control from my stick, i am a 4.0 who plays in league tennis with a a game that relies on big returns and a counter puncher stlye to hold my serve
( western forehand and 2 handed backhand with my right hand dominant )

my likeley candidates from playtesting just can't decide
wilson k six.one
wilson kblade 93
radical mid plus

i appreciate any help thanks in advance

5263
12-27-2009, 06:46 PM
greetings to all tennis warehouse members, i am currently in the market for a new racquet my current racquet is:
microgel radical os
with six grams of lead tape at six o'clock and nine o'clcok
18 grams at six o'clock
18 grams wrapped above the overgrip
strung at 5 lbs below recommended tension with kevlar
the problem is that the racquet i am currently using is okay and all but i need more control from my stick, i am a 4.0 who plays in league tennis with a a game that relies on big returns and a counter puncher stlye to hold my serve
( western forehand and 2 handed backhand with my right hand dominant )

my likeley candidates from playtesting just can't decide
wilson k six.one
wilson kblade 93
radical mid plus
i appreciate any help thanks in advance

Probably just need to string more often or go to poly would be my guess as there should be no control prob with that stick, but

Check the Head Speed pro 18x 20
and
Radical pro with 100 head size

good luck!

frankyG
12-28-2009, 03:10 PM
i'ts just with anything else than kevlar strung low will snap in less than a week. I have been meaning to try the pro so i will try to see if my local shop has any available.