Finding a right one

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by TennisVet, May 13, 2008.

  1. TennisVet

    TennisVet Rookie

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    I'm trying to find a player frame that's right for me. I usually play from the baseline and emphasize a lot of power through my swings. I need a racquet that's head light and not to big. I'm around 4.0 NTRP level.
     
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  2. [K]Topspin

    [K]Topspin Guest

    Try the Volkl DNX 10 Mid. Or Yonex RDS 001 Mid. Also, since you really emphasize on power, you probably hit long a long. A racket out there, called the donnay pro one (95 version) produces a lot of spin. It'll really let you swing out, and still keep the balls in. A lotta control and tons of spin.
     
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  3. baek57

    baek57 Professional

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    just start demoing frames and look for frames that have specs which look good to you.
     
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  4. klementine

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    Demo. Demo. Demo.

    Save yourself time and money.

    I would demo (for a baseliner with his own power)

    1. Donnay Pro One International.
    2. Head Microgel Prestige Mid or Pro
    3. Yonex RDS 001 or 003
    4. Wislon Kblade tour
    5. Babolat Pure Storm Tour
     
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  5. HoVa

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    jsut bring out like 10 demo racquets..

    and just start swinging away.. swing hard..

    i gaurantee you'll find one in a day
     
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