Dunlop AG200 16x19 vs Mfil 200 16x19

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  1. LES

    LES Semi-Pro

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    I'm currently using the Mfil 200 16x19 and it's a great racquet but I'm looking for a replacement because they don't make grommets anymore.

    Can someone compare the 2 racquets. I hated the MFil at first but after tons of lead it's really great.

    I'm thinking of teh AG200 16x19 because it's on sale right now. How does it compare in feel?

    Also TW says flex for AG200 is 61 but other places like Dunlops website says 63 flex

    I think MFil flex is 63 so this would be great if is 63
     
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  2. hoodjem

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    IMO, the M-fil plays a little harder, stiffer, and with a tad less feel. The AG200 plays more comfortable and more responsively. A little lead on the AG will also help with stability and plow-through. On the Aerogel, a leather grip is a must, and it loves thin gauge poly hybrids.

    If you want an even more crisp and precise response racquet, go with the AG100.
     
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  3. jcstennis

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    hoodjem... how thin for the strings (gauge preference)? and could you recommend a hybrid set up? thanks:)
     
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  4. LES

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    BAH! grip size 4 1/8 & 4 5/8 only. Oh well.

    So your'e saying the AG100 is a must try?
     
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  5. Keifers

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    I would say yes, definitely try the AG100. (Don't be put off by its 90" head.)

    I demoed the Mfil 200 last year and while it's a very nice stick, imo, the AGs improve on it in some fairly significant ways.
     
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