ATP Fox Bosworth Ceramic Pro 210

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  1. ripkirby

    ripkirby New User

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    I found an old racquet around the house awhile back but I didn't bother to use it much because the strings were really loose. It says ATP Ceramic Pro WB-210 on it. On the bottom there's an F and it has the word Fox. I was wondering if anyone thinks that this racquet is worth restringing. It looks like its 18 mm straight beam (flat beam as well), it has a decagon racquet head, off-white color with red/brown stripes going on it. Also, I would like to know your opinions about this racquet.
     
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  2. superstition

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    Put in on the auction site and someone will buy it.
     
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  3. ripkirby

    ripkirby New User

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    What.. You don't think its worth keeping?
     
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  4. Steve Huff

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    I had 2 and sold them both. They are very much control-oriented, low power frames. If you like Volkl or Yonex shaped grips, you'll probably like the Fox grip. Is it worth restringing? Only you know the answer to that. It's a fine racket for someone looking for lots of control.
     
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  5. Gut Reaction

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    Those are awesome racquets!!The 210 S is almost the exact same racquet that Bosworth sells today. You are off by only one letter!
     
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  6. Rafa's best friend

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    why don't you send it back to Bosworth and ask him to replace it with newer model........
     
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  7. ripkirby

    ripkirby New User

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    I'm stringing it up with natural gut @ 60.. I'll see what happens when I play tomorrow.
     
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  8. alwaysatnet

    alwaysatnet Semi-Pro

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    It's a great frame and reminds me of Brad Gilbert in his hayday. What nostalgia it inspires...
     
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  9. ripkirby

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    I played with it today. The racquet was pretty good, very solid. The string at 60 lb seemed a bit too high however.
     
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  10. bagung

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    i also saw fox bosworth signature 210 the other day... anyone knows about it?????
     
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