Any Help?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by pricey_aus, May 29, 2008.

  1. pricey_aus

    pricey_aus Semi-Pro

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    Gday. Im a tennis player down here in Aus and i was wondering if anyone could make some suggestions on a new racquet for me. Ive had my flexpoint radicals for nearly 3 years... and are just sick of them. Good racquet dont get me wrong, im just really over them. Ive tried a few racquets, such as the Kblade 93, and i loved it, but i found it got to demanding and after about an 1 and a half i was continously shanking. Ive also tried the Babolat APDC but just found there was too much power. I much prefer 18x20 string patter. Any one have any suggestions?
     
  2. feyya

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    To me the obvious choice would be the K-Blade 98.
     
  3. larry10s

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    becker 11 is a players racquet and 18x20
     
  4. L4RZ

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    Have you looked at the Head microgel series or do you want other brands?
     
  5. bronco_mba

    bronco_mba Rookie

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    O Zone Pro Tour or Microgel Radical MP come to mind in a larger headsize with an 18X20 pattern.
     
  6. meowmix

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    Sounds like you're looking for a slightly heavier, slightly more demanding racket. Try the Donnay Pro Int. off of TW- they're really nice rackets, quite low powered, comfortable, and fairly demanding.
     
  7. pricey_aus

    pricey_aus Semi-Pro

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    i have looked at them but a few people have told me that there not that great.
    What do u think of them?
     
  8. Steve Huff

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    I'm with Feyya. Seems like the obvious choice.
     

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