dunlop 100g

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  1. ttrebel

    ttrebel New User

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    has anyone played / does anyone play with this racquet, and if so ... could they give their thoughts about how it plays? i'm quite interested in it - see further my thread 'i think i need a change ....'
     
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  2. brian.sat

    brian.sat Rookie

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    I saw this racquet once at a pro shop. But it just sit there quietly.
     
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  3. Rookie

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    I have a chance to hit with this for couple hours. From it's spec, the head size, string pattern, swingweight etc, is quite like the prestige. After I hit with it, I would like to say it is a "CIVIL" version LM prestige mid, much easier to handle.
     
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  4. ttrebel

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    i have the chance to hit with it tomorrow ...... i'd really appreciate it if someone could post the list of specs for the racquet, if anyone has them ....... also, i note there are a new series of dunlop raquets coming out .... not that i could make much sense of the website ..... as my skills in japanese language are fairly limited - http://tennis.dunlop.co.jp/whatsnew/whatsnew.html
     
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  5. ttrebel

    ttrebel New User

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    also .... i note the 'dunlop tour pro mid' is available to buy from some german sites ...... what's the difference between this and the 100g ..... other than the red and black scheme on the tour pro?
     
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  6. Povl Carstensen

    Povl Carstensen Legend

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    I play with the mw 200g 90, and wanted to try out a smaller gripsize so I bought a 100g. They are very much alike, the only difference (I think) is the paintjob, and a more solid bridge. If anything, the 100 g actually plays more flexible than my 200g 90. I definitely like the rackets. I think they are a bit to light (about 330-335grams strung), considering the small head size, and have added 15-20 grams of lead tape, mainly under the grip and in the throat and a little at 3 & 9.
     
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  7. tschevap

    tschevap Rookie

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    if anyone is interested in this frame: i live in Germany and get them quite cheap!!!
     
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  8. carlosrothstein

    carlosrothstein New User

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    Yes this is more flexible than the MW 200G 90 and could you e-mail me tschevap???
     
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  9. spike160c

    spike160c New User

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    I am very interested in this racquet in a 4 1/2 grip size. How much in us dollars?
     
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  10. mileslong

    mileslong Professional

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    i am also interested as well. tschevap please email me and i will conpensate you
    for your help in ordering one of these for me.

    mwarnold at gmail dot com
     
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  11. didier

    didier New User

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    tschevap, can you still get the 100G

    if so, i'm interested.
    thanks in advance
     
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  12. jm4121

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    tschevap,

    I am also interested in the 100g in 4 1/2. How much in USD?

    moore_jl@msn.com

    Thanks.
     
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  13. jace112

    jace112 Semi-Pro

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