from Wilson 6.0 to Dunlop Agel 200

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by mhstennis100, Aug 13, 2007.

  1. mhstennis100

    mhstennis100 Semi-Pro

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    I made the switch on Thursday from the Wilson PS 6.0 95 to the Dunlop Aerogel 200. Both are great frames but I prefer the feel and play of the Dunlop. I just thought I would make this for people to ask about these rackets if they are curious.
     
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  2. garbage

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    Have you had any comments from opponents about differences in your groundstrokes and serve?
     
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  3. Janne

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    Is there a big difference in power level? Which one has more/less? Which one has a bigger sweetspot?
     
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    Interested in knowing more..
     
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  5. mhstennis100

    mhstennis100 Semi-Pro

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    Garbage, I haven't gotten to play many matches, but my coaches commented that I played better with it. I've been using it in drills and practice points for about a month. I also used it for a week at Newk's tennis ranch. They think my spin and control are better with it.

    Janne, I wouldn't say theres much of a power difference. I'm using 17 gauge synthetic or multis in the Dunlop and I get about the same power from the 6.0 with 16 gauge synthetic.
     
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