Andy Murray Racquet

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  1. downs_chris

    downs_chris Professional

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    i would do terrible things, to get my hands on those racquets...or that stringing machine...looking at that makes me want to upgrade my old eagnas hawk...
     
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  2. Tad-X

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    Thank you very much NikeUp for news and great photos :)
     
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  3. psycho0

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    Great info NikeUp! Would you happen to know the weight, swingweight, balance and flex of the racquet? It'd be awesome to know its specs. Thanks!
     
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  4. Cup8489

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    coincidence that the replacement grip he uses is on the shelf on one of the pictures..the black karakal PU grip..lol.
     
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  5. FedererForehand

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    What did you string them with and at what tension. I'd hit the search button but since you just strung them today I figured I go straight to the source. :)
     
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  6. nhat8121

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    awesome pics NikeUp. Would be great to know the specs if possible :)
     
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  7. kevo82

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    I am not sure on which thread, but I remember seeing a video with Andy Murray measuring the balance of his sticks (MGPP PJ) on a tennis court...anybody knows what I talk about?

    He put the racquets on an edge to measure the balance of two racquets and then was hitting with them

    any help?
     
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  8. kevo82

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    I knew that that kind of balls are used in training kids...how does he uses?
     
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  9. kevo82

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    I knew that that kind of balls are used in training kids...how does he uses?
     
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  10. kevo82

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    NikeUp, can you please tell me what do you mean by "gripped"? I also think about change the Calf skin on Youtek Prestige Pro with a Karakal PU grip, and I don't know how put it. I never changed the original grip on any of my racquets, I change only the overgrip.
    Is there a big difference? Why Andy changes the original ones? I read that Marat was also changing them because of the blisters. The grip is underneath the overgrip, so is that a big difference?

    With the Tourna, I find it very difficult to put, because is much shorter than other overgrips, and I really have to pull hard on them to cover the whole handle. Next time I'll buy Tourna grips XL.

    There is any thread with instructions about changing the original leather grip with a synthetic one?
     
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  11. sosa09

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    he use tourna grip or tourna tac?
     
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  12. 10ACE

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    Yes, it's in Andy Murray'S blog, in one of his Miami training pics.
     
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  13. enrique79

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    im a big noob to this whole racket specs, etc. Can you explain the meaning of that picture?
     
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  14. dincuss

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  15. tennisfeld

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    Left the classic PT frame, right the MG Prestige Pro frame.
     
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  16. Recon

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    Whats the closest rendition to murrays racquet we can obtain? the prestige pro? and is the Prestige Pro's string pattern spaced out just like murrays or even more open? Hopefully not more closed.
     
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  17. THESEXPISTOL

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    Tourna Grip Original

    EDIT: A little too late i guess :lol:
     
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  18. hipgig

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    Looking close to Muray and also Wawrinka, de Bakker and Schuettler 16x19 head racquets, the closest what You can buy in tennis shop is just Head Prestige Pro
     
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  19. Ekky_RF

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    It's HEAD MICROGEL RADICAL MID PLUS !

    omg dudee !
    Can't you see it's HEAD MICROGEL RADICAL MID PLUS ! :twisted:
    It's written on the left side ! :???:
    Read !!!
    And if anyone knows it's me !
    I have this racquet (this is not prestige, it's radical mid plus) ! ^^
     
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  20. JoelDali

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Please share more knowledge with us so we can find the truth.
     
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  21. Six.One.Tour.90FAN

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    So simple....can;t believe we didn't see that :twisted:

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    90
     
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  22. vsbabolat

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    Sorry my man but it's called a Paint Job. This is where the racquet companies take a old frame no longer produced or a custom frame that is not produced for the consumer and put the cosmetics of a current frame they are trying to market or promote. This is a very common practice in the tennis industry.

    You will also notice that Murray's frame is 16x19 string pattern and has C.A.P. System Grommets.

    Welcome to Talk Tennis @ TW!

    P.S. There is no Santa Claus, Easter Bunny, and Tooth Fairy either. Sorry!:twisted::evil:
     
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  23. xtreme tennis

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    No it s not!, it is call..........Tennis racket! I have one :shock:

    (sorry!) anyway nice thread!, Did somebody else (pro) changed the string pattern during atp tour??!
     
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  24. dgoran

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    Love it when newbies act tough :)
     
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  25. cnr1guy

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    And he was never heard from again!
     
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  26. Ekky_RF

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    Who are you to say that I'm a newbie .. ? :S
    I play tennis since I was 4 years old and now I'm 18 so **** off ! :evil:
     
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  27. dr325i

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    with that reply, you are a TOTAL NEWBIE, soon to be a Banned Newbie...
     
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  28. Macro80

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    Lol! What a simple minded fool.
     
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  29. dgoran

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    Ha ha ha love it...teenage angst :) well surely now that you are 18 you are a king of interwebs ;)...
    Why dont u go listen to some emo, ask you mom for car keys or something...
     
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  30. Tough Gut

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    They said you are a newbie to the site, since you don't know what pro stock or paint job is. They never said you are newbie to tennis. And keep this up you'll be banned before 5 posts :) .
     
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  31. cnr1guy

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    Can't. Stop. Laughing. At. This. Buffoon! :lol:
     
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