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SAMPRAS
01-26-2006, 11:46 PM
HI friends,
i have all the Wilson ProStaff's 6.0 racquet with a white Bumper and a red "W"
Here are some photos of the Chicago prostaff prototype

http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/chicago60.jpg

http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/chicago60a.jpg

http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/prostaff60x4a.jpg

I will be happy if you tell me smt about all the 3 types of the ProStaff 6.0
The TIAWON one,The St.Vincent ,and the Chicago prototype

SAMPRAS
02-27-2006, 05:39 AM
PLS Marius_Hancu help me .I will be very happy.THANKS :)

VGP
02-27-2006, 06:38 AM
Sampras used the St. Vincent frames.

TW sells the Chinese frames. The only ones manufactured now.

joe sch
02-27-2006, 07:02 AM
Soo much desire for that magical St Vincent racket ...

Unless you are a very high level player (open) you probably will not be able to tell any diff between the original prototype chicago, the St Vincent or the later Tiawons or China models.

The PS 6.0 is a great players racket, just find a recent model in the best possible condition, many new models can still be found, and enjoy the racket.

vkartikv
02-27-2006, 07:31 AM
The Chiao Ta ones are not Taiwanese, they are Chinese made. They seem a lot more headlight and feel slightly lighter. Some of them say 11.9 pts HL on the throat, some of them don't.

Marius_Hancu
02-27-2006, 09:00 AM
PLS Marius_Hancu help me .I will be very happy.THANKS :)

Only played China made.

SAMPRAS
02-27-2006, 10:55 AM
Soo much desire for that magical St Vincent racket ...

Unless you are a very high level player (open) you probably will not be able to tell any diff between the original prototype chicago, the St Vincent or the later Tiawons or China models.

The PS 6.0 is a great players racket, just find a recent model in the best possible condition, many new models can still be found, and enjoy the racket.

Thank'sfriend but i am a littlebit confused ,because i have one (whose cap "W" under the grip is red on white background ) and because this pic here is with a black cap i am wondering what kind of racquet i have .
So there are 4 models MY,Chicago prototipe,China one and Tiawon one .I dont know what kind i have and play with.With the string is 365 gr.I think that i have a China or Tiawon one but i dont know.And i have another question wy the St.Vincent one is 50%Kevlar ,50%Grafite??
THANKS FRIEND. :)

SAMPRAS
02-27-2006, 10:57 AM
The Chiao Ta ones are not Taiwanese, they are Chinese made. They seem a lot more headlight and feel slightly lighter. Some of them say 11.9 pts HL on the throat, some of them don't.

What's the difference between the China and Tiawon one?
They are lighter from which other?
And what's HL?
THANKS for this info .VERY cool.Good friend . :)

vkartikv
02-27-2006, 11:00 AM
What's the difference between the China and Tiawon one?
They are lighter from which other?
And what's HL?
THANKS for this info .VERY cool.Good friend . :)
HL means head light. And the Chinese models are the lighter, more head light ones. If you didnt know what headlight means, its nothing but to which end of the racquet the weight is distributed or aligned.

SAMPRAS
02-27-2006, 11:02 AM
Only played China made.

Do you think that this are the best one??
And i am confused about other think why SAMPRAS one were 50%KEVLAR,50%GRAFIT.Then his racquet is not so firmament than the other one?Yes ,is this true than.And thatswhy he is having leds and string at 74lbs.YES
THANKS allot .Nice info .Good man. :)

SAMPRAS
02-27-2006, 11:04 AM
HL means head light. And the Chinese models are the lighter, more head light ones. If you didnt know what headlight means, its nothing but to which end of the racquet the weight is distributed or aligned.

And can you suppose what kind of racquet i have?? :)
I can give you more info if you want

Marius_Hancu
02-27-2006, 11:17 AM
Do you think that this are the best one??

How would I know if I haven't played with the other varieties?

The China made seems to be the least stiff, that's what I heard.

Relax, just play with whatever 6.0 85 you have.

SAMPRAS
02-27-2006, 11:22 AM
How would I know if I haven't played with the other varieties?

The China made seems to be the least stiff, that's what I heard.

Relax, just play with whatever 6.0 85 you have.
You know what i am confused because,
When eveyone see me that i play with a Wilson ProStaf 6.0 Midsize 85 they tell me that i am a crazy man and that this is very funny ,that noone can play with this raquet,and only one person has made something with it.They told me that i want to extravagant that i am something like a "racquet snobs" ( because i am normal boy and that i am trying to make impression-to be like Sampras or other good player who is or was at the top of ATP)I felt very bad because everyone i thinking that i want to be different (but i realy like this raquet so i see noting wrong ) to make impression and to imitate someone with my raquet ,conduct and play.I am like a harmless creature admidst enemies because i amdifferent.I don't think that this is a "perversion" because i am playing with Wilson ProStaf 6.0 Midsize 85.
I have tested many raquets and from little age i want ot buy a raquet with flat beam and midsize head so as BreakPoint said
"The racquet that plays the best is the racquet that YOU play the best with."
It's now up to you .Be differnt ,play extravagant and be yourself.
:)

rocket
02-27-2006, 11:31 AM
They told me that i want to extravagant that i am something like a "racquet snobs" ( because i am normal boy and that i am trying to make impression-to be like Sampras or other good player who is or was at the top of ATP)I felt very bad because everyone i thinking that i want to be different (but i realy like this raquet so i see noting wrong ) to make impression and to imitate someone with my raquet ,conduct and play.

Sampras himself used to emulate Rod Laver... and who gives a flying monkey what other ppl think anyway? You can imitate any player you want, as long as he has a positive impact on your tennis, or conduct. :)

Marius_Hancu
02-27-2006, 11:33 AM
SAMPRAS

be more concerned with your game, than others' talk. focus on your results. if you can win with 6.0 8, stay with it, if not, try something else.

but it's a very good racquet for learning, any time.

rocket
02-27-2006, 11:36 AM
they tell me that i am a crazy man and that this is very funny ,that noone can play with this raquet,and only one person has made something with it.:)

Wrong, Courier is another, Edberg in the beginning too, Chris Evert, Mary Pierce, etc... though Sampras was the only one that stuck with it after many years, to great success.

TennisAsAlways
02-27-2006, 11:46 AM
You know what i am confused because,
When eveyone see me that i play with a Wilson ProStaf 6.0 Midsize 85 they tell me that i am a crazy man and that this is very funny ,that noone can play with this raquet,and only one person has made something with it.They told me that i want to extravagant that i am something like a "racquet snobs" (because i am normal boy and that i am trying to make impression-to be like Sampras or other good player who is or was at the top of ATP)I felt very bad because everyone i thinking that i want to be different (but i realy like this raquet so i see noting wrong ) to make impression and to imitate someone with my raquet ,conduct and play.I am like a harmless creature admidst enemies because i amdifferent.I don't think that this is a "perversion" because i am playing with Wilson ProStaf 6.0 Midsize 85.
I have tested many raquets and from little age i want ot buy a raquet with flat beam and midsize head so as BreakPoint said
"The racquet that plays the best is the racquet that YOU play the best with."
It's now up to you .Be differnt ,play extravagant and be yourself.
:)Even "IF" you really did want to be like or imitate someone else than there's nothing wrong with that. That's "their" problem for having a problem with you; it's not "your" problem!

Just think about how this world would be like if there were not any influences.

Good day now. 8)

vkartikv
02-27-2006, 11:59 AM
Wrong, Courier is another, Edberg in the beginning too, Chris Evert, Mary Pierce, etc... though Sampras was the only one that stuck with it after many years, to great success.

Edberg stuck with it the whole time. If you watch closely, his racquet was painted to look like a 6.1 but the beam width was really really thin to be a 6.1

Galactus
02-28-2006, 02:35 AM
You know what i am confused because,
When eveyone see me that i play with a Wilson ProStaf 6.0 Midsize 85 they tell me that i am a crazy man and that this is very funny ,that noone can play with this raquet,and only one person has made something with it.They told me that i want to extravagant that i am something like a "racquet snobs" ( because i am normal boy and that i am trying to make impression-to be like Sampras or other good player who is or was at the top of ATP)I felt very bad because everyone i thinking that i want to be different (but i realy like this raquet so i see noting wrong ) to make impression and to imitate someone with my raquet ,conduct and play.I am like a harmless creature admidst enemies because i amdifferent.I don't think that this is a "perversion" because i am playing with Wilson ProStaf 6.0 Midsize 85.
I have tested many raquets and from little age i want ot buy a raquet with flat beam and midsize head so as BreakPoint said
"The racquet that plays the best is the racquet that YOU play the best with."
It's now up to you .Be differnt ,play extravagant and be yourself.
:)
SAMPRAS - who do you normally play tennis against and what are your results like when you use the Prostaff?

SAMPRAS
02-28-2006, 10:10 AM
SAMPRAS - who do you normally play tennis against and what are your results like when you use the Prostaff?

For example i am playing with the bulgarian champion for 18 years Valentin Dimov
http://www.itftennis.com/shared/medialibrary/image/gallery/IO_16913_gallery.JPG

and Sesil Karatancheva
http://topsport.bg/i/aug-2004/sesil_150.jpg
and she told me that i am playing my best with this racquet but Valentin's father told me that "we"(everyone)should play with 95head size and 300-315 gr.
The other one who plays with me for ex.
http://www.bg-tennis.com/ivailo/ivailo.jpg
Residence: Sofia, Bulgaria
Birthdate: December, 17th 1978
Birthplace: Sofia, Bulgaria
Height: 187 cm
Weight: 89 kg
Plays: Right-handed
Status: Pro (1995)

Sngles titles: 0
Doubles titles: 0
Grand Slam titles: 0
ATP Circuit titles: 6

This was for 1998 his best was 200 (bad) but now he has an injury(a good boy)
he told me that the sweetspot is little and it's good on hard but on clay you have to be very powerfull to make good shots .
So i don't know what to do??
But i play with it!

Galactus
03-01-2006, 06:10 AM
For example i am playing with the bulgarian champion for 18 years Valentin Dimov, and Sesil Karatancheva and she told me that i am playing my best with this racquet but Valentin's father told me that "we" (everyone) should play with 95head size and 300-315 gr.

The sweetspot is little and it's good on hard but on clay you have to be very powerfull to make good shots .
So i don't know what to do??
But i play with it!
Firstly, regardless of what they or anyone else says, if you:
a) enjoy playing with a Prostaff 6.0 85
b) and get good results from playing with it
c) don't get any injuries from playing with it

Then - keep playing with it!! If you're playing well and winning, why bother changing?
The suggestion you use a bigger head and lighter frame - well, you could try and play with one of thiose racquets and see what it's like in comparison to your Prostaff.
For instance, I always use my ProStaff now but I'm thinking of trying a Head LiquidMetal Prestige MS in a few weeks - if I like it, I may switch over for the summer.
I've already tried a Wilson nSix-One Tour 90 and didn't like it....I also tried a Babolat Pure Drive+ but only for an hour or so (probably not long enough).
My other racquet is a Wilson ProStaff Tour90 which I occasionally use now and again, but it doesn't have that many advantages (for me, anyway) over my PS 6.0.

Play-test a few larger, newer racquets and see how your game changes...

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:32 AM
HERE I FOUND SOME PICS on one Japan site . My racquet is not a St.Vincent but have the same guard ther is "r" as the middle one-and i dont know what kind is a china one or tiawon one!But i fell very good with the profesional(prostaff) staff and now i am looking for leds .SEE THE PICS PLS http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0080.jpg
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0071.jpg
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0075.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:33 AM
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0074.jpg
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0076.jpg
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0077.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:36 AM
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0078.jpg
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0079.jpg
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0081.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:40 AM
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0082.jpg
ProStaff DB TOUR
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0083.jpg
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0073.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:42 AM
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0066.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:43 AM
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0068.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:44 AM
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0067.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:45 AM
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0069.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:46 AM
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/PICT0070.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:47 AM
http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/prostaff60x4a.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:48 AM
http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/prostaff60x4b.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:48 AM
http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/prostaffsides4.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:49 AM
THE CHICAGO PROTOTYPE
http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/chicago60.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:50 AM
Chicago prostaff closeups
http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/chicago60a.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:53 AM
JK staff graphite - st. vincent model ...
http://www.woodtennis.com/kramer/JKStVprostaff1.jpg
http://www.woodtennis.com/kramer/JKStVprostaff2.jpg

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 09:54 AM
http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/KramerSTVstaff1.jpg
THE MODEL
http://www.woodtennis.com/kramer/jkStaff.jpg

buder
03-01-2006, 10:06 AM
You know what i am confused because,
When eveyone see me that i play with a Wilson ProStaf 6.0 Midsize 85 they tell me that i am a crazy man and that this is very funny ,that noone can play with this raquet,and only one person has made something with it.They told me that i want to extravagant that i am something like a "racquet snobs" ( because i am normal boy and that i am trying to make impression-to be like Sampras or other good player who is or was at the top of ATP)I felt very bad because everyone i thinking that i want to be different (but i realy like this raquet so i see noting wrong ) to make impression and to imitate someone with my raquet ,conduct and play.I am like a harmless creature admidst enemies because i amdifferent.I don't think that this is a "perversion" because i am playing with Wilson ProStaf 6.0 Midsize 85.
I have tested many raquets and from little age i want ot buy a raquet with flat beam and midsize head so as BreakPoint said
"The racquet that plays the best is the racquet that YOU play the best with."
It's now up to you .Be differnt ,play extravagant and be yourself.
:)

I find it sad that people think special skills are required to play with this racquet. Good players will play good with it, bad players will play bad with it. People act like it's a wood racquet. It's easier to use than many of the 95sq inch frames I've played. I remember switching to it from the Head Edge Graphite in 1986. I remember thinking that it was one of the most user friendly frames ever produced. What happened? How did it become so difficult?

My advice is not listen to people who tell you that it requires special mechanics -- it doesn't. If you're a decent intermediate or advanced player, you will find as much success with the 85, once you adjust to it, as with anything else. Would I recommend it for all playing styes and surfaces? -- no. I'd probably follow Mojo's advice about 98sq (because even if you can play well with the 85, you might find more success with a larger stringbed in a more manueverable package, especially if you're not consistently finding the back-court) ...Regardless: it's just a racquet and it's sad when people congratulate themselves for using it. Good players can play good with anything. Moreover, people who tell you not to play with it are perpetuating the myth that it requires some special skill. Truth be told: it's one of the greatest control frames ever made.

TennisAsAlways
03-01-2006, 10:20 AM
Mr Sampras, very nice pics. Let me ask, from where did you obtain the Chicago PS and St. Vincent PS?

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 10:20 AM
I find it sad that people think special skills are required to play with this racquet. Good players will play good with it, bad players will play bad with it. People act like it's a wood racquet. It's easier to use than many of the 95sq inch frames I've played. I remember switching to it from the Head Edge Graphite in 1986. I remember thinking that it was one of the most user friendly frames ever produced. What happened? How did it become so difficult?

My advice is not listen to people who tell you that it requires special mechanics -- it doesn't. If you're a decent intermediate or advanced player, you will find as much success with the 85, once you adjust to it, as with anything else. Would I recommend it for all playing styes and surfaces? -- no. I'd probably follow Mojo's advice about 98sq ...but that doesn't mean that people who play with something smaller should feel special or better than the rest. It's just a racquet and it's sad when people congratulate themselves for using it. Good players can play good with anything.

THANK YOU ARE A GREAT FRIEND.YOU ARE AT THE TOP LIST OF THE TENNISWAREHOUSE FAMILY.I AM REALY HAPPY .THANKS AGAIN >THAT"S I AM GOING TO DO -comb s.o.'s hair the wrong way i will play with
WILSON PROSTAFF 85 THE BEST RACQUET FOR ME
i will remember your words
Good players can play good with anything :)

Galactus
03-01-2006, 10:57 AM
I think SAMPRAS may be slightly more crazier than I first thought. :-|

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 11:02 AM
Mr Sampra, very nice pics. Let me ask, from where did you obtain the Chicago PS and St. Vincent PS?

HERE ARE THE SITE'S MAN!

http://http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/ (http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/)
:)
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/

TennisAsAlways
03-01-2006, 11:09 AM
HERE ARE THE SITE'S MAN!

http://http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/
:)
http://f14.aaa.livedoor.jp/~hittec/photo/prostaff/Hmmmmmm, I could not understand the language on one of those sites. Also, one of the links do not work. Thanks anyways.

Good day now. 8)

SAMPRAS
03-01-2006, 11:29 AM
Hmmmmmm, I could not understand the language on one of those sites. Also, one of the links do not work. Thanks anyways.

Good day now. 8)

SEE NOW EVERYTHING OK
THE SECOND SITE IS JAPAN ONE SO...:|
http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/

TennisAsAlways
03-01-2006, 11:34 AM
SEE NOW EVERYTHING OK
THE SECOND SITE IS JAPAN ONE SO...:|
http://www.woodtennis.com/sampras/Thanks for the link Mr SAMPRAS.

Good day now. 8)

SAMPRAS
03-02-2006, 11:14 AM
Thanks for the link Mr SAMPRAS.

Good day now. 8)

Do you think that the St.Vincent is the best proStaff 6.0 and if you think so - why ?
:)

TennisAsAlways
03-02-2006, 11:59 AM
Do you think that the St.Vincent is the best proStaff 6.0 and if you think so - why ?
:)Sorry, I don't know. I don't have a St. Vincent model. I am looking for one to add to my collection plus I want to try it. I do think that the ProStaff Original 6.0 85 inē models are the best though. I just haven't gotten my hands on the St. Vincent model yet. I'm sure others can give you feedback on the St. Vincent.

Good day now. 8)

SAMPRAS
03-03-2006, 10:40 PM
Sorry, I don't know. I don't have a St. Vincent model. I am looking for one to add to my collection plus I want to try it. I do think that the ProStaff Original 6.0 85 inē models are the best though. I just haven't gotten my hands on the St. Vincent model yet. I'm sure others can give you feedback on the St. Vincent.

Good day now. 8)

what kind of leds should i found to put some on my racquet?? :)
GOOD DAY NOW

TennisAsAlways
03-03-2006, 10:50 PM
what kind of leds should i found to put some on my racquet?? :)
GOOD DAY NOWLead tape of course -- unless you plan on adding a lot like let's just say + 1 ounce/ 28.35 grams; if so then I would use fishing weights or obtain lead sheets because the amount of lead "tape" that adds up to that would be very expensive and impractical.

Good day now. 8)

Galactus
03-04-2006, 12:27 AM
Is SAMPRAS a wind-up merchant? :confused:

SAMPRAS
03-05-2006, 02:52 AM
Lead tape of course -- unless you plan on adding a lot like let's just say + 1 ounce/ 28.35 grams; if so then I would use fishing weights or obtain lead sheets because the amount of lead "tape" that adds up to that would be very expensive and impractical.

Good day now. 8)

What mark are the lead tapes for racquet like this :)
GOOD DAY NOW :)

TennisAsAlways
03-05-2006, 05:16 AM
What mark are the lead tapes for racquet like this :)
GOOD DAY NOW :)Well lead tape from TW costs 3 US dollars for 18 grams. That's not too expensive. If you have a lot of frames though and need to add 1-4 ounces per frame then that can be expensive.

Ususally when adding weight to the upper area of the frame (the hoop) you wouldn't normally need much though, that's because even a few grams added along a length that far away from the axis of rotation increases the SW significantly.

Some people however customize their frames by by add massive amounts in the handle area, and you could load up in that area without increasing the SW as much. In this case, that is when using lead tape is impractical; i.e.
say you wanted to add 3 ounces. Three ounces = 85.05 grams. You would need 5 packs of the $3 lead tape to get 85.05 grams of weight. 5 x $3 = $15. So it would cost you $15 to get 3 ounces of weight! You could get 3 ounces of lead fishing sinkers or lead sheets for under $3, easily. That was my point.

Good day now. 8)

SAMPRAS
03-16-2006, 10:37 AM
Well lead tape from TW costs 3 US dollars for 18 grams. That's not too expensive. If you have a lot of frames though and need to add 1-4 ounces per frame then that can be expensive.

Ususally when adding weight to the upper area of the frame (the hoop) you wouldn't normally need much though, that's because even a few grams added along a length that far away from the axis of rotation increases the SW significantly.

Some people however customize their frames by by add massive amounts in the handle area, and you could load up in that area without increasing the SW as much. In this case, that is when using lead tape is impractical; i.e.
say you wanted to add 3 ounces. Three ounces = 85.05 grams. You would need 5 packs of the $3 lead tape to get 85.05 grams of weight. 5 x $3 = $15. So it would cost you $15 to get 3 ounces of weight! You could get 3 ounces of lead fishing sinkers or lead sheets for under $3, easily. That was my point.

Good day now. 8)

Thanks

armand
03-16-2006, 11:14 AM
Is SAMPRAS a wind-up merchant? :confused:LMAO that was funny! What's a wind up merchant?

Galactus
03-16-2006, 11:46 AM
LMAO that was funny! What's a wind up merchant?
Someone whose posts have that ring of 'is this guy for real'?-type air about them...

TennisAsAlways
03-16-2006, 01:20 PM
Mr Adely, from what I know, the term "wind up merchant" is a slang term used primarily in European countries, i.e. - UK. It means, "someone who tends to makes things up, in a humorous way, just to see how others would react".

Mr Sampras, is English the primary language in Bulagria or are a lot of your fellow citizens fluent in speaking English?

TennisAsAlways
03-16-2006, 01:23 PM
Mr Galactus, what country are you from?

SAMPRAS
03-17-2006, 11:04 AM
Mr Adely, from what I know, the term "wind up merchant" is a slang term used primarily in European countries, i.e. - UK. It means, "someone who tends to makes things up, in a humorous way, just to see how others would react".

Mr Sampras, is English the primary language in Bulagria or are a lot of your fellow citizens fluent in speaking English?

THANKS Mr.TennisAsAlways :)
I don't know why they are not talking about the question we are speeaking for??And they are speaking about something which is .idon't know what to say!

Galactus
03-17-2006, 11:11 AM
Mr Galactus, what country are you from?
The UK, of course. ;)

Galactus
03-17-2006, 11:15 AM
SAMPRAS
How many ProStaff's do you own - and are they Chicago's, St.Vincent's, Taiwanese or Chinese?

SAMPRAS
03-19-2006, 08:27 AM
SAMPRAS
How many ProStaff's do you own - and are they Chicago's, St.Vincent's, Taiwanese or Chinese?

I have all of them :)