Dunlop 200G Max

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by dhdriver, Feb 10, 2013.

  1. dhdriver

    dhdriver Rookie

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    There's probably a bunch of threads out there about it but I didn't want to go through all of them.

    Anyways this racquet has been sitting in my closet for a while. I was wondering how you guys feel about it.

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    Also any string suggestions? I might want to try it out for fun since I have read before that it is a great racquet.
     
  2. vsbabolat

    vsbabolat Legend

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    I feel warm and fuzzy about the Max200G. Don't string it above 55lbs and string it with either a high end multi or Natural Gut.
     
  3. Rafaboy

    Rafaboy Rookie

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    I had mine in the closet strung up for the past 15 years. when i took it out, it was warped high on the top. But i bent it back and it stayed straight! must have some kinda bendable plastic in the mix.

    As for playing it, it kinda sucked compared to my new stuff.
     
  4. NickJ

    NickJ Rookie

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    One of the best ever made . . . .
     
  5. Povl Carstensen

    Povl Carstensen Legend

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    I need to give mine a spin too. But it is the heaviest racket I own, 365 grams, and that is with a syn grip.
     
  6. Tamiya

    Tamiya Semi-Pro

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    I love mine, owned since new

    It comes out occasionally, use it as a refresher on ball vs string bed placement.
    After a while playing 110+ with big sweet spot, 200G is a good test
    of how lazy one can get.
     

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