dunlop bio 200 tour?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by borgpro, Mar 21, 2012.

  1. borgpro

    borgpro Semi-Pro

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    Does the Dunlop bio 200 tour plays a little easier than the 4D 200 tour version? Ik liked the latter, and I like heavy frames, yet it was a tad on the heavy side in long matches. How does the new version play with a little lower swing weight? And how does it play compared to a Wilson BLX sixone tour 90?

    thanks for any input!
     
  2. Joe Cocker

    Joe Cocker New User

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    I just demo'd the the Bio 200 Tour. I've been playing the 4D 200's for the last two years and found the 200 Tour to be too heavy. Actually, I didn't like it at all - hit about 20 groundies and then stuck it back in the bag.

    After 6 years with nothing but Dunlop sticks in my bag, I'm actually switching (today) to Babolat.
     
  3. The Dampener

    The Dampener Professional

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    One hit with one model makes you switch to Babolat? I hope I'm misreading that.

    Dunlop has many models to choose from, and the 200 Tour is at one extreme end of them.
     

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