I'll be honest with you, I'm very mildly intrigued by a Wilson 95 racquet.

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by TalkingTennis91, Apr 12, 2007.

  1. TalkingTennis91

    TalkingTennis91 Semi-Pro

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    As the title says, i am the teeniest, tiniest bit intrigued by like an nSix-One 95 or a KSix-One 95.

    As you may know, I am a current nCode 90 user, but I've heard that the new (K) Factor line is less muted in feel compared to the nCode 90, which I think that I would like.

    And to clear the air, I'm not a bandwagon, "Hey! Federer has it now! I have to have it too!" kind of guy. I use what works well for me, which is currently the nCode 90, but I feel as though although I hit well with it, a K95 may do a bit better for me, if I put the same amount of effort into using one of those as I do my current nCode 90.

    But remember, I am only slightly, mildly interested in this idea.

    Any feedback on these ideas?
     
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  2. Punisha

    Punisha Professional

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    n90 was disgusting... no feel, too much power (for me)

    good spin though, and great serving stick
     
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  3. ollinger

    ollinger Legend

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    Trying a different racquet barely meets the criteria of an "idea." Go ahead and try it. Do you need permission? That's all people do around here is try different racquets -- have you noticed?
     
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  4. TalkingTennis91

    TalkingTennis91 Semi-Pro

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    Good point.

    I try very hard not to become a stereotype on these message boards.
     
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  5. knasty131

    knasty131 Professional

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    why try??? just use what you like and who cares if it so happens to be what people are hyping???
     
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  6. dylo

    dylo Semi-Pro

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    is there anything wrong with your current racquet? the n6.1 95 is just mor powerful than the n90 but i think its worse for slice because of the thicker frame
     
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