History Of Prince Rackets

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  1. no1

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    Hi. I was wondering if there is some site online that had a history of all the prince rackets that were introduced?

    I'm in particular looking for some background or information about the Precision series that was out for a while in the mid-late 90's (they have numbered names - Precision 720, 790, etc).

    Thanks. :):):)
     
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  2. classic tennis

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    It's on the Prince web site.......
     
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  4. no1

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    Hmm... I think I must be retarded but I can't seem to find the information on the Prince website... do you think you could point out the link?

    The archived TW doesn't have all the pictures :(
     
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  5. Jack & Coke

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    For reference:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Howard_Head

    http://www.princetennis.com/tennis/files/aboutusPrinceHistory.aspx

     
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    Wikipedia Is Evil Dont Trust It
     
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  7. no1

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    Hmm... I guess my title was a bit unclear. I was more curious not about the company, but the line of tennis rackets taht were released, especially in the mid-late 90's?


    Thanks.:)
     
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  8. Ignorant Genius

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    You might want to try contacting Prince via their web site. Also, check with a local pro shop and ask them to put you in touch with the local Prince rep. The Prince rep around here does a "Prince Day" at various clinics and tournaments. He sometimes brings along some of the older Prince racquets and puts them on display. He's been with Prince for a long time and can answer virtually any question about any racquet Prince has sold in the last 20 years or so.
     
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