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Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by dantheman, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. dantheman

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    use the Prince Exo3 Rebel ?
     
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  2. OliverSimon

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    I think theres a Chilean by the name of Aguilar who uses it.
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  3. SirGounder

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    I was actually wondering the same thing. Doesn't seem too popular with pros. Then again, you can't really do a pj of the o ports.
     
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  4. roger nadal

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    i use it and its the greatest racquet ever
     
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  5. skyzoo

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    If it had an open string pattern than I would consider that last statement.
     
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  6. OliverSimon

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    How does it compare to the Prestige MP?
     
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  7. roger nadal

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    JUST LOOK AT MY SIGNATURE
     
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  8. DownTheLine

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    I'm guessing WAY different.
     
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  9. radicalsaint

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    If you wanted a Rebel with an open string pattern, why not consider the Ignite?
     
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  10. WebHead948

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    Look at the prince exo3 ignite. it has a 16x18 pattern and keeps most of the weight.
     
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  11. Mr_Shiver

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    The Ignite rocks! Sorry about the useless reply but i had to get it out. I am easily excited.
     
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  12. dantheman

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    the rebel is a great racquet idk not alot of pros use it
     
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  13. OliverSimon

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    I'll have to demo this racquet.
     
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  14. Ross K

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    The Reb is a great racket I agree. It's got a lot of effortless power but it comes in a very solid, low powered, control-orientated form - which means you really need to get the frame in motion to get that effortless power... big on serve... big on the 2hbh side... i just clicked with frame, especially after going to soft poly @ low tension (50lbs) and adding lead (@ 12). If it was open-pattern, I might still be playing it.

    BTW... the OP/others do of course realise Gael doesn't play the Reb the public buys?... his is a special custom job Reb based on the specs of his old PC600.

    R.
     
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  15. roger nadal

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    the ignites beam is too thick and it has too much power. ive played with it and it just isnt as good as rebel.NOTHING IS
     
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  16. Ross K

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    ^^^

    Roger, like and agree with your sig!... LOL!
     
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  17. roger nadal

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    your the man ross
     
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