Feds Racket question.

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by activentures, Oct 28, 2004.

  1. activentures

    activentures Rookie

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    Does it have the tapered flanges on the throat like the ncode and tour 90, or is it flat like the ps 6.0?

    lazy, and can't be bothered to trawl the net for photos.

    not tried the ncode or even held one, in what ways is it different to a good old ps 85 with a slightly bigger head?
     
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  2. Lambsscroll

    Lambsscroll Professional

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    I don't know if this will help but I found the PS Tour 90 much softer than the PS 85. The PS 90 gave me more control and I was able to hit out more with less vibration. For ten years I played with the PS 85 (even had a St. Vincent model) and tried different strings ,tension, balance and weights, and I never had it playing as comfortable as a stock Tour 90 with a hybrid kevlar blend no less. I've never hit with the ncode 90.
     
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  3. Ryoma Kun

    Ryoma Kun Semi-Pro

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    yes, they are tapered much like the ncode 90, btw, a superb racquet, even if fed doesnt use it i think he shoudl switch to it i like it so much.
     
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  4. pchoi04

    pchoi04 Professional

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    Yeah... I like the ncode 90... it was fun to hit with
     
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  5. Sonne

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    Although not Federer's racket anymore, try the latest PS BLX 90, it's great and better than the ncode, in my opinion
     
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  7. Team10

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    Sonne, wth are you doing!? Lol these threads are ancient and need not be resurrected.
     
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