Any new smallheaded wilson on the way?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by morten, Jan 15, 2005.

  1. morten

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    love the 85 6.0 tour 90 was below average,ncode 90 crap. Would like to see a new 90 with same composition as the 85,anyone?
     
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  2. BreakPoint

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    We've been asking for a PS 6.0 90 for years here. Right now, only Federer gets to have them. I guess if you can beat Federer, Wilson will make them for you, too. Otherwise, all we can do is keep waiting and begging.
     
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  3. finchy

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    i think they should have like an aniversary issue one or something. it would have been perfect last year, as i think it was the 20 year anniversary since the beginning of the Prostaff.
     
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  4. morten

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    Yep BreakPoint, i know what you mean it bugs me too. I can beat Federer... in squash and table tennis.(seriously) Not tennis..that makes it 2-1 ...
     
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  5. stevewcosta

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    Maybe because the crappy new racs. are <$ to manufacture. Surely they know they aren't as good as the 6.0. I want a ( or 5) 6.0 90s too.
     
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  6. big ted

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    how is a tour 90 not like a ps 6.0 90 ?
     
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  7. morten

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    try it...also different composition
     
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  8. StringBreaker

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    Ask Roger.
     
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  9. Bo

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    I would like to see Wilson release something in 85-90 with a string pattern identical to Federer's racket. The cross strings are too dense in the PWS region for both Tour 90 and nCode 90 - it feels like playing with a 18x20 than a 16x19, don't you think so?
     
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  10. Bo, you are so right. That's maybe the worst feature of the retail versions.
     
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  11. finchy

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    im just wondering, how do the number of crosses affect playability?

    i know that the number of mains is important, open ones (16 and below mains) give more spin and supposedly more pop, and closed (18+ mains) give better slice and more control but less power and spin is harder to generate.
     
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  12. Young Pete

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    Wilson Should Go Back To The Island Of St. Vincent And Remake The Original Sampras Racquet There.
     
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