Favorite new racket

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by jcbailey111, Apr 6, 2007.

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So what is everyones pic on rackets control without hurting shoulder and arm?

  1. Wilson K Factor six one tour 90 federer

    54.2%
  2. HEAD FXP prestige mid size

    16.7%
  3. Head Microgel extreme 10oz. 100 sq in

    8.3%
  4. Head microgel extreme Pro 100sq in

    16.7%
  5. Wilson k factor 6.1 six team 95 (lighter one)

    29.2%
  6. Volkl MDX 10 93 sq in

    16.7%
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  1. jcbailey111

    jcbailey111 New User

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    So what is everyones favorite new racket on power and control...more control than power
     
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  2. BiGGieStuFF

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    I figure the heaviest and the least stiff frame should be the one that will do less damage to your shoulder and arm. I don't have specs but I'm guessing that would be the K factor 6-1 tour 90.
     
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  3. cys19

    cys19 Semi-Pro

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    Do you think the rds002tour is more shoulder friendly than the lm radical mp?
     
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  4. WhiteSox05CA

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    Control= (K)Factors for sure
    Power= MicroGels for sure.

    Also, (K)Factor TEAM had a great soft feeling. I doubt it will do any damage to your arm. If you DO want damage, get a MicroGel!
     
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  5. anirut

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    Is this a new version? Volkl MDX 10 93 sq in?
     
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  6. Voltron

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    Pffft, like I'd know
    Nope, he misspelled "DNX" as far as I know. (I just checked)
     
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  7. jcbailey111

    jcbailey111 New User

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    sorry guys must have been thinking about the ACURA MDX.....thanks for correcting me..
     
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