Haas' M-fil 200 looks like PC?

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  1. YEMntFtb

    YEMntFtb Rookie

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    Look at these pictures, this looks like the head pc to me...not sure its definity not that same as the HW 200g or HM 200g. Just look at the curve from the throat to the head, is way smoother then the dunlops. It might be too small a head size to be a PC though.
    http://editorial.gettyimages.com/source/search/details_pop.aspx?iid=52019770&cdi=0
    http://thetennisspot.net/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=11
    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpageRCDUNLOP-D200.html
    What are your thoughts guys...
     
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  2. It's not a PC, it has grooves in the throat.
     
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  3. LafayetteHitter

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    Not even close.
     
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  4. ucd_ace

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    Not close at all. I own both a PC and a MW 200g and it's much more similar to the 200g. Look at the beam. The PC has a much more rounded one as compared to a typical Dunlop with a flatter one. Also, the head of the PC gets wider faster why the Dunlops hold more to an oval shape. Different string patterns are different... Basically, it just doesn't look like a PC.
     
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  6. YEMntFtb

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    good call big ted
     
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  7. PurePrestige

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    nah doesnt look much like PT 280
    it looks like a smaller head size and more oval than the PT 280
     
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  8. tennisp13

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    This could be a stupid question, but i don't know so i as, what is "PC" that you guys mention i here :D
     
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  9. Kirko

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    more than likely a 280 ; although it could be a tyger racket or even a g-starr.
     
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  10. tommytom11

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    his frames are custom made for him and not a copy of any model. they're just painted to look like Dunlops.
     
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  11. YEMntFtb

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    tyger? what is that?
     
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  13. ffrpg

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    PC = Prestige Classic
     
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  14. nutter

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    New to the board and might have missed it but can anyone tell me more re tyger and who are the pros using them and why? Or send a link to the thread re tyger.
    Thanks.
     
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  15. Kirko

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    Tyger is a Dutch co. 1st player I saw using one was Paul Harhius when he beat McEnroe in 87 or 88 U.S. Open. Some think Blake uses ii and maybe Haas also.
     
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  16. nutter

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  17. Veritas

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    It is the dunlop "tour" mold which many of thier players use.
     
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