Dunlop 4D300 and Head Speed 18x20

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  1. gazza__8

    gazza__8 New User

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    I am considering both of the racquets for singles. I couldn't find any listing compare these two. If anyone could help.

    Thanks.
     
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  2. eidolonshinobi

    eidolonshinobi Professional

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    I like the bit of heft of the Head Speed, also it used to be my main stick.

    The 4d 300 tour > 4d 300.

    very different racquets imo.
     
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  3. gazza__8

    gazza__8 New User

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    4D300 Tour and Head speed 18x20

    Sorry, I meant 4D300 Tour
     
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  4. TheBoom

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    I loved the speed (non ig) so much it honestly is top 3 rackets for sure! My biomimetic is supposidly simmilar to the 4d so i'll chime in on my experiences. It is overall great (also top 5) but i think that it needs more weight to it in order to hit harder shots. But the 300 tour is the best serving stick i've used to date!
     
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  5. gazza__8

    gazza__8 New User

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    How about serving vice of the speed 18x20? Is it easy to generate spin on 2nd serve comparing to the 4d300T?
     
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  6. TheBoom

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    I didn't serve much with the speed but it swung fast and it was decent. The 300 tour is great because of the low swing weight you can get the racket and rip the ball across the strings very well and generate tons of spin
     
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  7. un6a

    un6a Semi-Pro

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    4D 300 Tour plays softer and have better control and touch.
    Speed 18x20 have more power and a bit more spin, it is also slightly easier to use because of bigger head.
    They both swings pretty easilly and both need some lead in the head to be stable imo.
     
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