if you are using a head 1.S2...

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by __jt__, Dec 17, 2004.

  1. __jt__

    __jt__ New User

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    do you like it? could u tell me what you like about it and what you hate about it? im using one right now but havent really played with it.

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  2. Tenny

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    Soon, you will find it too light. A radical can be a good next step.
     
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  3. ej

    ej Banned

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    I know a hot pro from Florida who summers in the ADKS. He's in his mid-fifties and he hits a very clean ball -- medium pace. He uses an I S2. He hits the sweetspot every time. He's had pro tour experience and he's still plays incredibly. He's a head rep and could play with anything, but he loves the IS2.
     
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  4. Pushmaster

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    The i.S2 is a pretty good stick, but a little too light and powerful for my game. I can play with it though if I add 1/2 ounce of tape, and string it @65-68lbs. It's pretty solid for a light racquet, with a phat sweetspot, and a spin machine. Still play with it every now and again, mainly for doubles because it's so quick at the net, volleys are it's strong point IMO. I know a couple solid 4.5 all-courters that swear by it.
     
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