How many of you still use the TT graphite ?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Dolfan, Jan 25, 2006.

  1. Dolfan

    Dolfan New User

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    Im just wondering how many guy's are still using the Prince TT Graphite ? This was a great racquet and I notice that some of the non-sponsered pro's like Rocus still use it. JC Ferrero and Coria used it for a long time also . Im using the N-code N-tour and I really like it but my old TT's were good too. I took up the sport at age 27 and my Pro used the TT so I bought 2 from him right from the start , so this was the racquet i learned with . I went through the 3.5's in my first year and started playing 4.0 the next and I belive If I had used a Scream or Skunk I would not have moved up as fast .
     
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  2. Gaines Hillix

    Gaines Hillix Hall of Fame

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    I have one customer that still uses them. I thought they were harsh feeling on off center hits with a relatively small sweatspot and had a too stiff feel overall. Personal preferance, of course.
     
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  3. Bent

    Bent Semi-Pro

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    A friend of mine use them and I tried them a few times.

    A solid and muted racket.
     
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  4. devilish_duke

    devilish_duke Semi-Pro

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    Did the TT Graphite's have the genuine Triple threat weights? As in, not the painted crap we get today, post-Wilson lawsuit over infringement on the PWS.
     
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  5. hadoken

    hadoken Rookie

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    Ttg

    By in large, the TT Graphite were deemed a miserable racquet but like any product there are some people that must like it. It did have the weights and it was not just a paint job. What doomed this stick was it's even balance and weight (made it feel slow), and stiffness that took out all the feel without giving back any power.
     
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