Best racquet for Aggressive baselinner??!!

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  1. Japan Tennis

    Japan Tennis Rookie

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    hEY,
    i'm a 4.0 agressive baselinner, i play with big shots at the baseline but am willing to come to the net sometimes. The serve is my worst shot so an easy serving racquet would be nice. I take a big swing before hitting but with my current racquet, 03 tour, i don't get enough power, i am looking for a racquet with more power but still has control. Any suggestions??

    PS: i don't care what brand it is.
     
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  2. Duzza

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    Pure drive?
     
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  3. TripleB

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    Pure Drive with Cortex, if you like a little heavier racquet (closer to the 03 Tour) then try the Pure Drive Roddick {currently my favorite racquet}, the 03 White would offer a similar feel to your 03 Tour but will add a little extra pop, or possibly the AeroPro Drive. If you want a cheaper alternative to those then try the Pro Kennex Type S.

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  4. Tennis Man

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    Prestiges all the way
     
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  5. bcsax123

    bcsax123 Semi-Pro

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    Every try using more powerful strings and lowering tension? This would cost less and make use of your O3 Tour.
     
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  6. Japan Tennis

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    and what string would be good for producing more power and i also want a string which can produce more spin. (do those pyramid ones work??)
     
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  7. inferno303

    inferno303 New User

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    racquetfuel hi-octane
    i got my 18*20 strung with it and it rips well ;)
     
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