Dunlop MW 200g 90"

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  1. andrew_slattery

    andrew_slattery New User

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    I have heard that Dunlop manufactured a midsize (90 sq. inch) version of their Muscle Weave 200g a few years back. It is currently on sale at a tennis shop near me in Sydney (www.********.com.au under products, racquets, dunlop) for AU$169. I rang the owner (Ron Kohn) and he said he bought the last remaining 200 of these midsize frames from Dunlop.
    Has anyone used these frames, and recommend them, or know anything about them.

    Thanks - Andrew.
     
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  2. andrew_slattery

    andrew_slattery New User

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    The ******** above should be ********
     
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  3. andrew_slattery

    andrew_slattery New User

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    ******** please paste into your browser and check out this racquet.
     
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  4. andrew_slattery

    andrew_slattery New User

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    it doesnt seem to allow me to show you the web address. Please email me for the shop's website.
     
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  5. dennis1188

    dennis1188 Semi-Pro

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    There is a current 90sqin size dunlop 100G racquet, i've only seen it outside the USA market.
     
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  6. Deuce

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    Thanks for clearing that up.

    (By the way, for future reference, just put a - or a space between the letters if you want it to show up.)

    The 90 sq. in. MW 200G was a good frame. I had a few back about 5 years ago. Nothing fancy - just a good, maneuverable, solid midsized frame with good touch.

    They weren't officially available in North America. I found mine by accident - three of them were shipped to a store by mistake, instead of the 95 sq. in. version. I spotted them, and got them for a ridiculously low price.
     
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  7. andrew_slattery

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    the website is t o p s e r v e . c o m . a u (with the spaces). I hope this helps
     
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  8. HeavyBall

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    I used it for 2 years, and probably played by best tennis with it. Not much power, obviously, but great touch at net and swings very easily from the baseline. Best one handed backhand I've every hit, as well.

    Favorite string was BB Ace 18 at 52.
     
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  9. Lakoste

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    why werent they released in the USA
     
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  10. basil J

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    What are you talking about? You have posted to sell MW 200G 90" on **** off and on now for months now. I ordered two and they never delivered. I read somewhere else that another victime had the same issue.
     
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  11. antontd

    antontd Semi-Pro

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    What's that string they talk about?

    Luxilon Alu Power
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    $32-39

    The next generation in string technology
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    $20
     
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  12. nytennisplayer

    nytennisplayer Rookie

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    yeah its kinda funny how they hype the string up that antontd is talking about and they don't even mention the name of the string.
     
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  13. antontd

    antontd Semi-Pro

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    "AVAILABLE NOW!"

    WTF?
     
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