Borg Racquet and Outfit on ****

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by david aames, Jan 26, 2005.

  1. david aames

    david aames Professional

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  2. ty slothrop

    ty slothrop Semi-Pro

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    slow day at the office, junior? you've been on here left and right today!

    and those can't be borg's pants, more like lennart's after binging on swedish meatballs
     
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  3. drakulie

    drakulie Talk Tennis Guru

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    That racquet looks like a paintjob to me.
     
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  4. Perfect

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    LOL :lol:
     
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  5. ty slothrop

    ty slothrop Semi-Pro

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    let me guess what's truly under there, ps 85?
     
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  6. david aames

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    Wait, ISN'T IT THE OFFICE?!

     
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  7. drakulie

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    ty, no. It actually looks like a fly swatter.
     
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  8. big ted

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    that racquet looks to be the real deal it says personal model on it. borg didnt use a regular borg pro his had extra laminations to withstand high tensions
     
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  9. david aames

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    In all seriousness, am I the only one here who thinks that the Babolat racquet cosmetics were largely inspired by the Borg Pro?
     
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  10. Brian Purdie

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    Pete "the greatest of all time" Sampras at Wimbledon 1996
     
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  11. Believe it was Wimbledon 1995. Goes well with a Wimbledon three-peat. The Greatest lost in 1996!
     
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