can someone help me?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by acintya, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. acintya

    acintya Semi-Pro

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    hi i play tennis about 4 years, the last 3 years 2-3 times a week.i used to play with a wilson 90 inch, about 310g-315g strung weight.i was better and better with thi stick.then about 1 year ago i bought a wilson blx 6.1 tour 90. I didnt knew its so heavy.I think the one handed backhand and maybe the the serve (at the begining,when i still have the power) is better with this stick but the forhand is not so good,im to slow(for spin). now i thik to buy the new pro staff 95 because its a litle bit lighter.what are you thinking guys is this a good choice?and the head size will i have less control?or maybe sugesting something else?or should i keep playing with the heavier racquet?
     
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  2. Jcarlisle2

    Jcarlisle2 Rookie

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    i think you should get the blade tour blx, but just feels a bit dead
     
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  3. acintya

    acintya Semi-Pro

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    you think its not to heavy?
     
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  4. cork_screw

    cork_screw Hall of Fame

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    I believe there's a large majority of people out there that play with something based on what other players who are successful play with or what their ego tells them. There's a lot of people who play with the 85, and 90 who play like crap and could really benefit from playing with something more forgiving. You even see A LOT of people hitting with 1hbh when they would be better off hitting with 2hbs, I assume they do it because they see fed and samp. Play with something that you feel comfortable with that will result in wins when you play sets. Even if that means hitting with a tweener.
     
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  5. acintya

    acintya Semi-Pro

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    i tried to play a two handed backhand with blade 98 and its going good for the first time should i switch?but my one hander is not bad i got some compliments.
     
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