Federer Switches: 90 -> 98.

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by DownTheLineWith90, Jul 16, 2013.

  1. PaulC

    PaulC Semi-Pro

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    Hate to break this to you: try put your Babolat "98" (Pure Storm? Aero Storm?) side by side with a Head "98" which we all now know it's actually a 95, and see what you get :)

    -- Yep, it's just another 95 (true hitting area not including the frame itself), unlike the Wilson or Prince 98s

    If it's an Aero Storm, it cuts through the air faster more because of the aerodynamic beam.
     
  2. DownTheLineWith90

    DownTheLineWith90 Rookie

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    Well I'll be damned..
     
  3. Wilander Fan

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    Yeah Aerostorm. Thats what I am saying basically. Its the frame design more than the size.
     
  4. DownTheLineWith90

    DownTheLineWith90 Rookie

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    Ok, so he's not.
     
  5. Tennisguy777

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    When Haas kicks his @## tomorrow, Fed will be back to a 98 in no time. He'll lose a lot of points and could be in danger of making the year end Tour Final.
     
  6. BreakPoint

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    Both guys that Haas has butt-kicked so far in this tournament use bigger racquets, so if he kicks Federer's butt tomorrow, why do you think a bigger racquet would have made any difference?
     
  7. samster

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    Fed has gone back to his PS 90. I saw him last night and at practice today in Cincinnati.
     
  8. sixone90

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    Welcome to 3 days ago
     

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