flexpoint fire, lm fire, lm radical

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  1. abenguyen

    abenguyen Hall of Fame

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    i am still between these 3 racquets i have demoed the flexpoint fire but havn't got my hands on the liquidmetals because they are being discontinued. what racquet would you guys suggest for me? im a 3.0-3.5 getting better day by day and i currently use an oversize hindering my ability to develop good strokes and i can play with a midplus well. im still undecided. any help?
     
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  2. kerplunker

    kerplunker Semi-Pro

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    try the LM Heat...Looks good for you
     
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  3. tempura_MAKI

    tempura_MAKI Rookie

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    I played with an OS racquet since I was a 3.0, and for months while being 4.0. OS racquets are good sizes to get your strokes down. To learn proper form, technique, and style. Once you have that down then the midplus's are merely preference. never once did I feel an OS hindered my progression. Only thing I noticed, was inconsistency, thus leading me to demo a midplus and liking it. Tennis warehouse has a good demo program, demo these three racquets in midplus and go from there.
     
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  4. frekcles

    frekcles Semi-Pro

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    LM Radical!

    Great racquet as-is or you can customize with some lead tape.

    Where do you live abe?
     
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  5. abenguyen

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    i live in keller, texas so im thinking shipping is about $20 for one racquet for one week so that is saying like me spending $60 to demo 3 racquets?
     
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  6. Say Chi Sin Lo

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    Give Ti. Fire Pro Edition a try.... but if you can find it, you might as well buy it
     
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