Discussion in 'Racquets' started by 127 mph, Mar 4, 2006.
As the title says. How do they compare in power, control, Comfort etc. Thanks in advance
I've played with the Kennex 7g for 3 years. I like the racquet alot, it provided alot of comfort, manuverability and spin capability. However, I've noticed the ball has the "tampoline affect," meaning the racquet flex more than I am use to. Off centered shots are handled pretty well but the racquet wobbles alittle. I brought the racquet because of a shoulder injury and r a c q u e t r e s e a r c h. c o m
As far as the radical flex, I have a friend that plays with it he loves it. Great playability and great control. The only complaint he has is again, the off-centered shots.
Now I am going to sell my two 7g's....
They are both racquets that I have not played with and I have no intention of ever playing with them.
Sorry, that's probably not much help.
Thanks both of you for the replies. Donnie you are a funny guy. I got a good laugh from your reply. Coolblue123 here is my email address firstname.lastname@example.org let me know more about your rackets price condition and such and to what you are going to next. Thanks
i played the 7 g for a year competetively and recently demoed the fxp rad tour.
the 7g is a half inch longer as you know, is a great all around racquet good power, spin, feel. I did not feel it was a great serving racquet, and just ok with volleys. solid racquet. felt hefty
the fxp rad tour IMO is a better racquet. similiar power, spin, excellent serving racquet, and nice racquet on volley's. I likr the standard length, manuerverability and weight of this racquet. Serves much better for me
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