After my surgery* yesterday I was told that all the tennis I play from now on should be doubles. This was difficult to hear for someone who has always preferred singles and stayed away from doubles as much as possible. I'm looking for recommendtions on a stand out doubles stick that is 97-103 square inches, 10.8-11.5 ounces, 27 inches long, 23mm or less width, decent pop, headlight, easy access to spin, and easy on my tender elbow. Can you please recommend a racquet that excells as a doubles stick that fits the above characteristics? Using the TW Racquet finder some that appear are: Donnay XDual Silver, Donnay XP Dual Black 102, Dunlop Biomimetic F3.0 Tour, Dunlop Biomimetic M3.0, Head MG Radical MP, Head YouTek IG Speed 300, Pacific XFeel Tour, Mantis Tour 305, Pro Kennex Kinetic KiQ5 295 I would greatly appreciate any help you can give this 45 year old singles player in finding a doubles racquet. TripleB *had microfracture surgery yesterday to try and promote new cartilage to grow in my left knee...unfortunately the surgery was more extensive than the doc had thought when looking at the MRI. Before surgery he said I would be running in 4.5 months and playing singles in 6.5 months. After removing 5 pieces of cartilage during the surgery he said that I would probably never run long distances again and I should plan to only play doubles for as long as I play tennis.