FOX Ceramic Precision WB210

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  1. In D Zone

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    I managed to pick one up although no knowing much about the racquet nor play with one. I was intrigue by the Octagon head shape and beautiful whitle finish. Compared the head size to Yonex SRD 90 and found the WB210 head to about the same. Restrung the racquet with hybrid = Poly at main 56# / Spiral Flex at cross 58#.

    Took the racquet out for a spin - surprised to find racquet frame is flexible. It is heavy but very head light - great for all around game. I noticed I was whipping the ball heavy and low. Overall - iam very please with the great quality and workmanship and how well this gem perform.

    Fox Warren Bosworth Precision WB-210 MidPlus Specifications-

    Head size: Midplus
    Length: 27 in / 69 cm
    Strung Weight: 12.8 oz / 362 gm
    Balance: Headlight
    Composition: Graphite / Ceramic / Fiberglass
    Power Level: Low
    Swing Speed: Moderate-Fast
    String Pattern: 16 Mains / 18 Crosses
    String Tension: 48-62 pounds

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  2. javier sergio

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    I had these ones not long ago, but unfortunately I sold them out "what a mistake"
    This racquet is flexy as anyone they manufacture these days.
    Very easy to swing, in my opinion it works excellent in every aspect of the game.

    Enjoy yours, and don't let it go!
     
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  3. javier sergio

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    now I'm playing this one;

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    somehow is very similar to the Fox, but I miss them!
     
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  4. In D Zone

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    Javier Sergio,

    This is true FOX racquet, is it totally different from the Warren Bosworth models?

    I kept hearing Martina uses the WB210, is it true? I saw some WB210 frame came in different colors black, blue or white with different strips. Are these all the same?
     
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  5. javier sergio

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    Unfortunately I don't have the answers.
    I bought these ones and another kind of burgundy color (wide frame) just curious for their shape.
    The white ones play really nice; the other with wide frame was too stiff for me.
    I wish I had the white frames again!
     
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  6. Steve Huff

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    I had 2 of those also, but sold them. They have made them in different colors. White having Ceramic. I don't think that the different colors had the same compositions to them. Martina's was black, I think.
     
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