how much?

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by fabulousxp, Aug 21, 2006.

  1. fabulousxp

    fabulousxp New User

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    how much does a pros racquet cost, for example if i had Safin's signed racquet unbroken how much would that cost?
     
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  2. tennisplaya444

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    well good luck finding one in the first place
     
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  3. fabulousxp

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    well i should have said in first post but i actually do have it just wondering whats the worth, not like i would really sell it though, i mean seriously!
     
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  4. BigServer1

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    Wait, there's a racquet that Safin didn't break?
     
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  5. tennisplaya444

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    wow thats a VERY VERY rare find, how did u come across that, um i honestly wud have no clue as to how much u sshud sell that for......if it were me i wouldnt be selling it.......so is it a pj or no??
     
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  6. fabulousxp

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    oh im not selling it of course! but it's not completely unbroken, or say its not completely perfect it has a hairline crack, just like chipped paint, can't even see the crack. but i was at the countrywideclassic and i saw him practicing and because i was a ballgirl i got to watch up close so he was angry threw the racquet a couple of times, didn't even look like it broke and then he gave it to me. but yeah its a paintjob, done poorly i might add, and then he has his name on the inner throat on the racquet and stuff, it looks like theres nothing wrong with it if you don't look closely
     
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  7. egrtennis3

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    Post Pictures
     
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  8. maynardsson55

    maynardsson55 Rookie

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    I've seen guys on the auction site try to get 2-300 dollars out of those, or more. Just hard to authenticate.
     
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  9. vinnier6

    vinnier6 Professional

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    ahh yea, post some pics please...and not some of thoes crappy out of focus pics either....
     
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  10. Steve Huff

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    If it were Safin's SIGNATURE, it would probably be worth more.
     
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  11. vbtennis99

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    Safin's racquets are worth like $1 b/c he got so many of them:)
     
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  12. migjam

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    The racquet would go for as much as someone is willing to pay for it.
     
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  13. MasterTS

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    Probably not worth too much without a cert of authenticity.. good luck in getting that.
     
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  14. Chang

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    You'd probably have to ask if they're selling it first.
     
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  15. LN_Dad

    LN_Dad Semi-Pro

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    If you offer a money back guarantee, you may get $300+ for it because the knowledgeable racket buffs would be able to tell if it's really Safin's or not after a careful inspection and at no risk.
     
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  16. Nadal46

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    for me abot 400$...
     
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  17. emo5

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    yes! post pictures please!!!!
    dont listen to those outragous offers. That racket can go for alot of money if sold at the right place.

    on a sidenote: have you tried playing with it? do you feel its heavy?
     
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