Dunlop 700G

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by kentuckytennisdude, Dec 18, 2004.

  1. kentuckytennisdude

    kentuckytennisdude New User

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    Can you give me your reviews on this racquet? I think my grandparents got me this racquet for Christmas and was just wondering how it is. If you could, include serve, groundstrokes, spin, and volleys.

    Thanks, very much appreciated! :p
     
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  2. Trey

    Trey Rookie

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    I am sure your grandparents meant well but tennis racquets are not something other people should buy for you unless you tell them exactly what you want. Believe me, I know. My wife almost bought me some Hammer series OS racquets because she saw them on sale at Costco. Thankfully I stopped that purchase.

    I hope you like 110 sq inch racquet which is lightweight and high power because that is what it looks like from the specs.
     
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  3. Ronaldo

    Ronaldo G.O.A.T.

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    What are you using now? Looks like a typical tweener
     
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  4. kentuckytennisdude

    kentuckytennisdude New User

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    Well, I use a couple of different racquets... Wilson Hyper Hammer 4.3 and a Wilson Hyper Hammer 5.6 Rollers mostly... Also a Hyper Hammer 5.3 and Wilson Torch for backups. All of them are OS. Are they any similar to the Dunlop 700G?
     
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  5. Ronaldo

    Ronaldo G.O.A.T.

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    They all are similar. 700G may be easier on your arm. Had an adult league teammate switch from the 5.3 to a Volkl Tour 6 and thought it was far easier on his arm. A 4.0 player switched to the 700G to add a little punch to his game and to tame tennis elbow. Tried the 5.6 Rollers and could not control it but it had a nice, comfy feel. Just too imprecise. Also tried the HH 6.6 and HPS 7.6 Rollers with the same results. Trouble with tweeners is that all 5 of these racquets together are worth a bag of rags on ****.
     
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