How is new PS 85 compared to the Old St.Vincent?

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  1. akind

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    Hi all!

    Has anyone ever compared the new Wilson Pro Staff 85 currently sold in TW with the old original St. Vincent PS 85 ?

    I own the old St. Vincent and have been playing with it all my life, and I am thinking of buying the new PS 85 from TW.

    If anybody has compared those two racquets (used them in matches or just hitting up) please let me know what the difference is, if any.

    Thanks in advance!
     
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  2. cork_screw

    cork_screw Hall of Fame

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    Please do a search. Nobody wants to go over this.
     
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  3. akind

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    Oh, Hello? Hi to you too ! Nice to meet you. Sorry to disturb your busy life. You are welcome.
     
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  4. NLBwell

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    I believe the TW reviewers said it felt the same as the China ones (last generation). If that is true, you could search for the comparisons between the China and St. Vincent rackets. There are differences, but you certainly won't find any new racket closer to your SV.
     
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    Thanks a lot for the responses.

    I'll be heading to that thread.
     
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  7. jorel

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    i do

    in short...the china feels hollow compared to the st vincent...i would go so far to say that it is not the same racquet..a comparison isnt even worth doing..its like saying how does the prestige compare to the pure drive
     
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