Bosworth-Yonex R-23

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  1. JimmyChapter

    JimmyChapter New User

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    Do you guys have any plans to get any more Bosworth-Yonex R-23 racquets?
     
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  2. TW Staff

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    We will have to check with Bosworth International to see if there are any still available.

    Chris, TW.
     
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  3. equinox

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    That racquet is a brick. What's so special about it anyways?
     
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    *...30 months later* So, is there an answer?:mrgreen:

    Anyway, I played with a Yonex Rexking R-23 a day ago and it is one sweet bat. I'm not sure it's the same racquet as this thread is about because I was searching and all found threads said it was a beast and weighed over 13.5 ounces. The one I tried wasn't Bosworth nor was it a beast(it was in perfect condition too). It was a little easier to swing than my 6.0 85(older, stiffer and heavier version).

    Anyway, big sweetspot, and tons of feel. The dude who used it totally reminded me of Hattori Hanzo(KILL BILL) and declined to play for my team, making it sound like he 'once competed but have taken an oath to never compete(kill) again'. Too bad I wasn't as compelling as The Bride. Perhaps the next time.
    say┼Źnara
     
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    Chris, TW.
     
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