Bruguera '93 Rolland Garros racquet

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  1. racquetfreak

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    i am looking for that racket to fill an empty spot in my collection. drop me a email if you have one to sell/trade. regardles if you have one, please post pics.
    i don't think Sergio T actually made rackets. i wonder they had them made to spec or if applied pj to established model/brand already in production?
     
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    i used to play with a Tacchini widebody racquet around 1988-1989, that frame had a really thick beam, like 28-29 mm, i remember that it was white with gold lettering. Very strange shape, with a big butt-cap like the Fischers or some donnays. unfortunately,i don't have anymore this frame, sorry.
     
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    the frame in brugera's hands in the photo looks to be about 22mm bean with no flare at the butt of the racquet similar to max IMF racquets. the frame looks like one of the max 200g big brothers (500i/800i) with a green pj
     
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    I may be mistaken, but I've always thought it was some obscure Kneissl widebody.
     
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    this is a Major racket ( Major are the racket division in that time of Tecnifibre ) im not sure but i think is the bullit model , in the string appear the old logo of tecnifibre
     
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