Anyone seen one of the ProSupex "Uniflex MP3" racquets?

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  1. droliver

    droliver Semi-Pro

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    Has anyone ever seen or played with a racquet made by a complany called ProSupex? I stumbled across this

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    They have this model the "Uniflex MP3" which looks like the ******* child of Rossignol's old inverted bridge and Lacoste's Equijet funky hoop design


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  2. Tennis Dunce

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    I don't know but I want it!:)
     
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  3. counterpuncher

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    I had an MP3 for a while as I was a little intrigued with the design. It had a lot of power (PD territory), some good spin and flex felt like it was in the high 60's. It was an okay tweener with a decent sweetspot. The weight was around 330 grams strung and it was fairly stable.

    What I didn't like about it was the beam width (around 24-25 mm) from memory, which combined with the squared off sides seemed to assist me in catching the frame occassionally on topspin groundstrokes.
     
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  4. ayuname

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    It's like a reverse yonex lol.
    That lacoste one looks cool though.
     
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  5. droliver

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    Yeah, that Lacoste is the one Guy Forget played with for years.
     
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