Help! I need to pick new racquet

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by jbdbackfan, Aug 14, 2007.

  1. jbdbackfan

    jbdbackfan New User

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    I posted before, but I guess I need to detail more what I am looking for...

    I havent played tennis for a few months seriously due to illness and ankle injury. I was playing with a Dunlop M-fil 300 MP and and just not making the connection I want. I need a little bit more power, though I have a big back swing with topspin for my forehand groundstrokes. I need a frame with more forgiveness and pop that a normal racquet would have. I can't spend too much money (around $149 at most) for a new frame. Any suggestions would be great.
     
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  2. LanEvo

    LanEvo Hall of Fame

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    a wilson ncode ntour 95 would be my choice
     
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  3. vndesu

    vndesu Hall of Fame

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    if yu looking

    i suggest a technifibre 320 18x20
    i seem to do very well with it
    and is suits me fine
     
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  4. noobplayer

    noobplayer Semi-Pro

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    o3 hybrid shark, a lot of power for cheap price
     
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