Didn't know how much of a difference a racquet made till today

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Ztalin, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. Ztalin

    Ztalin Guest

    I broke the strings on my Head Ti S1, not the best racquet, but it is decent. I'm waiting to buy a newer, higher end racquet which I'll get in about a week. So today I was playing with my crappy Prince Force 3 or something. It's really a crappy racquet. And I couldn't do ANYTHING with it. I didn't notice how the Head was better because I sucked back then so it didn't matter, but now that I'm a lot better, I couldn't use this racquet at all. I couldn't generate any spin, my serves couldn't get over the net, no pace on any shots at all. Now I have something to look forward to for when I get a 'real' good racquet.
  2. lookitstrevor

    lookitstrevor Rookie

    Jun 26, 2005
    It's hard changing from a racquet you're used to. What is your next racquet going to be? If you don't mind me asking.
  3. Ztalin

    Ztalin Guest

    I still haven't decided :p

    I'm considering both a Pure Drive or a LM instinct as of now. But I'm very skeptical about the LM instinct's durability since I've heard some bad things about it. Basically a light-ish racquet that can generate spin.

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