had o3 tour for 2 weeks, already looks beat up

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by SpinningForehand, Apr 27, 2008.

  1. SpinningForehand

    SpinningForehand New User

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    What is wrong with this racket? It plays fine, but it gets chipped and dinged up unbelievably easily, and after 2 weeks of playing with it, it looks pretty worse than rackets i have played with for 2 years! I hope it still plays okay after all the damage. The damage should just be cosmetic since i haven't abused it. Has anyone else noticed this racket getting damaged this easily?
     
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  2. Nitro

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    So. Racquets get chipped and dinged. Its probably your style of play. Different racquets don't wear at different rates so there really isn't much point to this thread.
     
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  3. Fedace

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    I don't know, if you hit the ball with the strings,,perhaps, ,,it would look little better ?? Just kidding but anyhow, if you are a ground scraper then it happens, if not, it maybe defective paintjob.. Call Prince if they will replace it for you. Prince has better customer relations dept than others.
     
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  4. Nitro

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    He can have fun with that. If Prince is dumb enough to start replacing racquets over chipped paintjobs they deserve to be put out of business.
     
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