I played today with a PROFILE!!!!!!!HAHA

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Andy Zarzuela, Aug 9, 2004.

  1. Andy Zarzuela

    Andy Zarzuela Professional

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    I played my friend today with a Wilson Profile 2.7 that was given to me by another friend of mine. Anyway, I played really good with it. I was smacking huge serves and hitting big groundies from all over the court. It hit it out a good bit, but I made up for it. Is the Profile the most powerful racquet there is? I wouldn't play with one, but it was fun to joke around with it. It's beam is thicker than a baseball bat! LOL.
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  2. dearingfilm

    dearingfilm New User

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    i remember the stick.. silver right? a lotta the old guys when I was growing up were touting this stick as the stick that makes them competative with us young guys.
     
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  3. Andy Zarzuela

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    I know, but I was playing with the even more powerful Tanish one, the 2.7 SI. Venus played with it as a kid.
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  4. hadoken

    hadoken Rookie

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    The 2.7 is a classic. It started the whole widebody revolution. The 95 is actually not that powerful compared to some stuff out these days...never hit with the 110 though.
     
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  5. jayserinos99

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    i remember my dad having the blueish one for a bit and now has one that has some funky graphics on it. both are stiff; i could slice and volley all day long with that thing. but when i try to hit topspin, my arm just dies.
     
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  6. widebody 13

    widebody 13 New User

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    The silver one is the 3.6. I played with that racket on a competitive state level for 15 years. I bought two back then and still have them. They were great doubles rackets. I would still be using them but switched to the Hammer2.
     
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