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.
     
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  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.
     
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  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.
     
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  4. NickJ

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    One of the best ever made . . . .
     
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  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.
     
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  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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