Dunlop Aerogel 200

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  1. clarky

    clarky Rookie

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    Hi All,

    I am looking to get a Dunlop Aerogel 200 after reading good feedback from here and tennis websites/magazines. I prefer an open 16x19 string pattern, I noticed this one on tennis warehouse was 18x20 pattern.

    But some posts I have read here says there is a 16x19 pattern on the Aerogel 200, can anyone confirm or deny this.

    Thanks

    Clarky
     
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  2. squints

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    there is a 16 x 19 version, but it isn't available in the US currently. It is rumored to come out in 2008, but its just hearsay. If you want one your best bet is to buy online from the UK like others have.
     
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  4. Ronny

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    or email dunlop n see if u can buy one of them directly
     
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  5. GokuQ

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    yeah its a major pain and not cheap buying rackets from europe/asia
    if you really like the 200 but prefer an open string pattern
    i'd go with the aerogel 300 and add some lead tape
     
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  6. LarougeNY

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    the 300 is a very, very nice racket. Great control, spin, power, feel.
     
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  7. tennisguy11

    tennisguy11 Semi-Pro

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    I tried the aerogel 300 and in my opinion was a downgrade over the mfil, which I did not love to begin with. However, I really enjoyed the 200
     
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  8. Pushmaster

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    Why not just go with the Mfil 200+? It has the 16X19 string pattern like the AG 200 16X19 version, plus it's available at TW for a paltry 80 bucks.
     
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  9. DANMAN

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    Does anyone have any concrete information on these frames. I know Thomas Martinez said Dunlop would be bringing them to the US later in 2007.
     
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  10. Chauvalito

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    I bought 2, a leather grip and lead and they are starting to play very well.
     
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