good racket for spin and mishits but no os

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  1. swedechris

    swedechris Banned

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    i am looking for racket that 'swallows' mishits and gives me a lot of sweetspot and depth on my shots .. i play competitive tennis and hit all shots well. i have tried so far:
    i prestige mid + mps'
    prestige classic mid
    dunlop 200g
    dunlop mfil 200
    babolat pure control
    prince nxg mp


    i like a bit of flex .. i am not fussy about what brand it is .. i am not affected by whether 'big ' name brand or not..
    anyone has similar dilemma and maybe some suggestion on what i should deme / try out?..
    thansk// c
     
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  2. Kevo

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    This is going to depend mostly on how you play. Racquets don't really do anything by themselves. If you find one that matches up well with your swing then you will have the best frame. Even a great racquet that doesn't match up well with you will not be a good frame. What have you liked the best so far?
     
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  3. bsandy

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    Have you tried a Yonex !
     
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  4. movdqa

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    Playing with a 65 sq inch racquet for a few weeks can do wonders for increasing the size of the sweetspot for regular racquets.
     
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  5. Voltron

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    I would try the Babolat Pure Storm weighted up a bit, maybe to 12 oz. It plays like the control, except cleaner.

    Voltron
     
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  6. TLM_01

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    Hmmm.....thats interesting.....I gotta try that...
     
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  7. loksworld

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    i recormend prince ace even when its not that good it gets maxime sweatspot
     
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  8. BiGGieStuFF

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    Any of the O3 rackets i've tried does wonders for mishits and are great for spin with it's open string pattern
     
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  9. Keifers

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    Take a look at the Pro Kennex Heritage series racquets. All have sizable sweetspots and are very stable on impact. Check out their specs for the one(s) that might work well for you.
     
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