Dunlop Quake 10.0 95

Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by Brad1981, Jun 17, 2012.

  1. Brad1981

    Brad1981 New User

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    Has anyone here played with this racquet? At 27mm beam width at 3 and 9 o'clock and head (23mm at shaft), this would be the thickest racquet I would consider. I play against people who hit heavy shots, and I am pretty slightly built, so I prefer a racquet with a little more thickness, while maintaining a lower power profile, as I can generate decent power on my own.
     
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  2. BlackLendl

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    It's a good solid racquet! You can absorb your opponents pace and if your a player who uses more spin than power, it's a definite fit for your game. I'm not slightly built and I don't use much spin (backhand slices) but I absorb pace and redirect shots well with it. Good for slice serves too!
     
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  3. retrowagen

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    Those of us who grew up within the airwaves around San Francisco in the 1980's will remember the Quake as 98.9, not Dunlop's 10.0 95...;-)
     
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