best racquet for me out of 3 choices?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by bob111, Jul 10, 2004.

  1. bob111

    bob111 Guest

    i am a baseline player that like to go for winners all the time. i rarely play net. i also tend to place my balls right on the baseline and over by just a foot alot of the time. i am currently using a head ventoris 660. i still want to have a racquet that gives me a lot of power for those winners.

    prince tt bandit
    price more attack
    prince more precision

    thanks for the help
     
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  2. kreative

    kreative Professional

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    out of the 3, i'd go w/ the bandit b/c i just dislike the "more" tech.
     
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  3. Nikeman0092

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    I liked the precision when I tryed it but if you really want a good racquet for your game try the PD Plus. It game me great power and helped me generate enough spin that my balls rarely went long.
     
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  4. Gaines Hillix

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    I suggest demoing all three of them to help you decide which one is best for you. The Precision is more of a players racquet, more control oriented. The other two are more powerful "tweeners."
     
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  5. swilburn

    swilburn Rookie

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    bob11, have you tried higher string tension. Should give you less power and more control. I have found the newer rackets are not as good as the older one's, so you might be better off staying with your frame.
     
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  6. Onecoldcat

    Onecoldcat New User

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    I agree with "kreative" stay away.....better yet...run away from the "More" racquets!

    If you're wanting to stay with Prince, then try....
    I'm a big TT Warrior fan....TW must be out of them...but you can still find them around new, extremely arm friendly, geat spin, slice, overall control, in a flexable frame that allows you to hit out and not worry about launching the ball.
     
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  7. LoveThisGame

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    I haven't hit with the More Response, so can't comment on it. But I sure would take the More Attack over the TT Bandit. The Attack is one of the better lighter racquets, IMO.
     
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  8. Nikeman0092

    Nikeman0092 Rookie

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    I agree with onecoldcat. I used to play with the TT Warrior OS and loved it. I would try it also.
     
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  9. Simbah2004

    Simbah2004 Rookie

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    I may be switching to the Prince Diablo Mid - Maybe you should check it out as well. Great frame for power baseliners.
     
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