Boris Becker Racquet Appreciation Society

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by tribunal4555, Jul 11, 2009.

  1. tribunal4555

    tribunal4555 Semi-Pro

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    Well, why not?

    Here's to some of the best racquets ever made, representing one of the all-time greats! Not to mention that they aren't greedy big-name corporations either!
     
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  2. Kot_Bigemot

    Kot_Bigemot Semi-Pro

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    Really, why not? Great racquets, great quality.
    I have been Yonex fan for years and still am but, not too long ago, i started with Volkl DNX 10 MP and now testing BB 11 MP. LOVING IT. Been playing with BB11MP for 3weeks now and just can not let go. Great feel, great balance, just enough pop and most of all - easy on my arm.
    But now i ran in to a problem - not sure what i like more - my RDS002T, my DNX10MP or my new BB11MP. I love all 3. And i play equally great with all 3 racquets. So, what do i keep in the bag? I say - keep them all :mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:
    Does that qualify me to be a member of BB club?
     
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  3. cheers

    cheers New User

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    bb11 club

    Hey Kot/Trib, there's already a BB11 club thread with some cool info here:
    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=177019

    As for me, the sensor grip (squishy buttcap) drove me crazy on my first serves, but I loved everything else about the BB11. I believe the BB11 SE doesn't have the squishy grip and I like heavy racquets, so I may give that a shot.
     
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  4. Kot_Bigemot

    Kot_Bigemot Semi-Pro

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    Thanks, yes, nice threat.
     
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