hrbaty using the new fischer tour pj

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by Bogie, Jun 18, 2007.

  1. Bogie

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    apparently hrbaty is now using the new fischer no telerance tour pj in nottingham. check it out.

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  2. vsbabolat

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    The new paint job on Hrbaty's Vacuum Pro 90 is called the M Comp 95.
     
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  3. BlackJesus

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    On Fischer's website you can see some pics of the racquet
     
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  4. slice bh compliment

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    The yellow/white look is popular these days, eh? It looks like the Babolat AeroPro Drive avec Cortex.

    Nice.

    Does it come in men's sizes?;) kidding.
    What are the specs like? Contant beam? Really it's a 95 head? And Hrbaty still uses the vacuum pro 90? I did not know that.

    I'd definitely demo a 95, though.
     
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  5. BluDiamond

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    looks quite nice actually!!! maybe i should change back to fischer ;) NOT!!!!
     
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  6. Hessam

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    Vac Pro 90 mold is much bigger than 90 sq inches. Have you actually put a Vac pro 90 on top of a PC600 (which is roughly 90 sq inches).... the vac pro is at least 3-5 sq inches bigger than the PC600.

    In fact it's not much smaller than the Vac Pro 98 if you put them next to each other.

    I would say that the vac pro 90 is easily somewhere between 93 to 95 sq inches. I have a couple from a long time ago, and I can post pics if anyone is interested.

    Even compared to a POG mid which is 93 sq inches the Vac pro has a slightly longer string bed, while having almost the same exact width.

    I wonder if there's a way to measure the area of a frames string bed? any math/geometry wiz's know how?
     
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