Dunlop M-fil 300 or Yonex RDS 002

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  1. TheRasha

    TheRasha Rookie

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    I am thinkin to buy one of these. I am mostly baseliner with strong spin forehand and slice backhand. I know price difference, so tell me everything else.
    Thanks in advance
     
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  2. martin

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    They're pretty similar in terms of powerlevel and maneuverability but the rds002(light version) feels softer and has a bigger sweetspot and the m-fil300 has more vibration but this is only in stock version. If you lead them up they become very similar.
     
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  3. tennis_guy

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    I would go for the Yonex because you can't go wrong with them. The M-Fil 300 is a strange racket.
     
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  4. vndesu

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    i prefer the 002 tour but if it light mayb try a pure storm
     
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  5. TheRasha

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    Thanks for answers,
    I am thinking a lot about RDS 002. Is it spin friendly?
    I have played with Pure storm two months. Great racquet but I felt and had pain in arm everytime while I was plaing with it. I sell it to my friend. For him that is the best racquet ever, and no pain. Probably he has stronger arms.
     
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  6. vndesu

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    the lighter version i do not kno.
    thr tour tho gives me excellnt power and spin.
    since it has a bigger headsize i seem to get more kick than the storm.
    my 1hbh is excellent with this racket too.
     
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  7. martin

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    very spinfriendly and armfriendly but add some weight along the handle. It will make the racket more stable which is better for your arm especially with heavy hitting.
     
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