Inspiration by 3 classics

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by heat010, Dec 15, 2012.

  1. heat010

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    Just found these 3 classics from my collection, got them regripped, restrung and hope to have some fun back on the court with them. The classic Borg Pro (frame is in mint condition), the first generation Max 200G and an 80's classic, the Prince Graphite Pro 90. Hope my arm can handle it. It's been a long time.
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  2. Don't Let It Bounce

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    I'm certainly inspired. Those are three great ones. Let us know how they feel after all these years.
     
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  3. Dino Lagaffe

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    Great idea! It's so much fun to bring out some old racquets from time to time. At least for me, it adds a dimension to the game. In fact so much so that I mainly use older racquets all the time...
     
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  4. matchmaker

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    Great racquets. Three totally different headsizes. They all look mint. I have always wanted to try a 200g, you are lucky to have one. Man, that grip on the donnay is long!
     
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  5. pshulam

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    The MAX 200G is not hard to find!
     
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  6. BlueB

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    That's a POG, not the Pro, isn't it?
     
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  7. lstewart

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    If you worked with it, you could play as well with the Dunlop or Prince now as most frames available. Different story with the Borg Pro.... but it is fun to pull it out and remember the old days.
     
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  8. matchmaker

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    Where I live they are extremely hard to find!
     
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  9. jonestim

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    That is a 1 stripe POG. Pro has no stabilizer bar and has gold/white stripes. Pro is softer.
     
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  10. Disneos

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    That donnay looks awesome, is want one just to collect, how much do you think one in good condition would run?!
     
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  11. 3fees

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    thanks for sharing.
     
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