about quality effect on playability on racquet

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by stevekim8, Apr 30, 2007.

  1. stevekim8

    stevekim8 Semi-Pro

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    i have this ncode six-one 95 18 x 20 that i bought from the used tennis shop
    it has a broken grommet, and badly damaged paints. you can see the graphite for certain spots cause the paints all scraped up. the racquet's kinda too weak to play with, and i was wondering if the reason why it plays like that is because either,
    1. the string (which came with the racquet. it's like hybrid that has "sufix" string on it"
    2. the graphite-showing (paints scraped off)

    if it's beacuse of the string, i'm planning to get it restrung, but if it's because of the graphite showing, i shouldn't even bother.
    so, people on the talk tennis forum ^^
    tell me what i should do! thanks
     
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  2. stevekim8

    stevekim8 Semi-Pro

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    i'm planning to get it strung with SPPP 17 if you guys tell me i should string it
     
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  3. Bottle Rocket

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    If you can wait, order a new set of grommets.

    Most of the time bad scratches and gashes don't make a noticable difference, but you won't know until you hit with it with fresh strings.

    What do you mean by too weak to play with?

    I Hope you got a real good deal.
     
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