View Full Version : PS 6.0 95: arm safe?
06-30-2004, 06:41 AM
How is it for the elbow? I demoed it and seems very good for my all court game, especially for my 1hbh and net game. Serves with very good spin too. It just seems a bit "hard" on the arm, but a demo is not enough... please advice.
06-30-2004, 10:00 AM
I think it's safe for the elbow. I got tennis elbow two years ago using a Head Ti Fire Tour Edition and had to take 6 months off. When I came back, I demoed a lot of racquets and went with the PS 6.0 95. I haven't had any problems with my elbow since. The PS 6.0 95 is heavy and flexible enough to absorb a lot of the shock and vibration. This is one of the best racquets for my 1HBH ever.
06-30-2004, 12:23 PM
I haven't had any problems with mine either. My problem is that on an off day, the 6.0 95 is heavy enough that I get behind with it and have to switch to a little lighter racquet. But, when I'm on, it's a great feeling racquet. Like breakpoint said, it's flexible enough and heavy enough to do a good job of absorbing shock and vibration. I think it even has a decent sized sweetspot.
I've never had an elbow problem with the PS 6.0 85 or 95 and I've been playing with them since 1984 (the PS 6.0 95 for ~ the last 5 years). It's a heavy headlight racquet, which is supposed to be good for the elbow. The thin beam keeps it from being too stiff.
06-30-2004, 11:11 PM
I played with it and enjoyed hitting with it and felt no arm problams
06-30-2004, 11:30 PM
GREAT! Thanks everybody. No doubt, I'm going to switch.
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