I GOT TSONGA's RACKET

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by tennisfreakx, Mar 22, 2008.

  1. Ross K

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    So then, it is indeed the HPS 6.5 stretch?... or are we still in dispute? :roll:
     
  2. Duzza

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    I'm pretty sure it's called lighting....its definitely Luxilon Big Banger ALU (power or rough I have no idea).
     
  3. plasma

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    use some paint thinner on that baby, let's see what it really is!
     
  4. MrBen

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    Uhh, I think its a K blade 98...
     
  5. psp2

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    ...a KBlade 98 with PWS? I think not.
     
  6. VPB

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    Wtf***

    Not a Kblade 98 for sure! there is no PWS in Blade series....90´& Pro series have PWS...I cant understand the comercial strategy that´s behind those choices..

    is like Michael Londra that plays with the "same" racquet as mine K pro tours....yep...but is a pity that mine is 16x20 and his is 16X19...bottom line....PJ´s all the way(s).

    But why be a little less obvious?:confused:
     
  7. mozzer

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    You do know that the origonal pj wont be underneath? They would paint it like a kblade when it is just plain graphite.
     
  8. hyogen

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    lawl... Uhh...you are wrong. edumacate yourself on these forums
     
  9. VPB

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    maybe we are all playing with false racks...and the only real ones are the pro´s! and then there are no PJ´s!
     
  10. djoko4thewin

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    anyone else know?
     
  12. djoko4thewin

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    ---bump---
     
  13. supasebinem

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    Tsonga plays with the equivalent of the Ksix one Team that they had back in the hyper carbon days...Very light racket, 18x20 (only 3 pairs of holes instead of 4 on most 18x20 rackets) around 295gr unstrung without over grip. His has a leather grip i believe and is now probably modified during the production process....so probably not that much silicone in the handle or lead tape in the head.
     
  14. _maxi

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    That's obviuos cuz pictures were taken from different angles...compare the bottom of the racquets and you'll see its a different angle.

    So your argument is not valid unless you get a picture from the same exact angle or if you meassure the pixels to get a relation of how much you must enlarge the racquet with black overgrip.
     
  15. Jackie T. Stephens

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    What is PWS?
     
  16. SmAsH999

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    on top of the net, ready to put away an easy volle
    Wow, that's really one great stick.
     
  17. wonder1994

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    WOW! I never think about this.... I thought his racket realy was k blade tour (93)... i'm so confuzzed.... Maybe it's Wilson K factor six.one 95 paintjob, because he used it a few years ago.

    Good photo guy!
     
  18. DELPO

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    WOW way to necropost:lol::roll:
     
  19. wonder1994

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    what do you mean
     
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  22. DELPO

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    See definition number two.
     
  23. wonder1994

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    There is nothing....
     
  24. tennisfreakx

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    i don't really know cuz i dnt go on forums all day correcting people
    but necro=dead post=post aha
    soo i guess it means you posted in a dead thread cuz its like 2 years ago
    but thx for commenting. i still have the racket on my wall
     
  25. 15_ounce

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    Perimeter Weighting System.

    It is weightings on the perimeter (3 and 9 o'clock positions) of the frame to increase the racquet's inertia and to improve torsional stability and reduce racquet twisting. In some Wilson racquets, such as K 90, BLX 61tour, kps 88, you can see the little bulging shapes on the 3 and 9 o'clock of the frame.
     
  26. AlinPopServes

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    Whooaaa! Regardless of the racket, Tsonga really needs to get back into playing well. He is great for the game, but now injured and was not winning matches. Least he was winning matches with whatever racket before
     

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