is this racket too demanding for me

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by cnowak1, May 31, 2008.

  1. cnowak1

    cnowak1 Rookie

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    I am a D1 college player that wants to switch to the head microgel prestige mid. Before I played with the Wilson KFactor 6.1 and before that the TFight 320. Will this racket be too demanding. I serve/volley alot and am an aggressive player all around with a good slice and 1 handed backhand. Any opinions..........
    thanks alot
     
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  2. obnoxious2

    obnoxious2 Semi-Pro

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    Demo it to really find out.
     
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  3. bamatennis07

    bamatennis07 New User

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    if your a d1 college player you should have no trouble with it
     
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  4. counter_puncher

    counter_puncher Banned

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    no. even i can use it.
     
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  5. NLBwell

    NLBwell Legend

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    Why do you want to change? What didn't you like about the other rackets and what do you like about the Prestige Mid?
     
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  6. [K]aotic

    [K]aotic Semi-Pro

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    its as the saying goes: "if you have to ask about the price, chances are, you can't afford it." this might apply to you.
     
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  7. m1stuhxsp4rk5

    m1stuhxsp4rk5 Professional

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    which kfactor did you use the k90 or the k95? the k90 has awesome slicing abilities and it is really good for s&v
     
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  8. 2nd_Serve

    2nd_Serve Professional

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    Why don't you tinker around with your rackets with lead tape on the handle or head. Since your a D1 college player you shouldn't mess with your consistency with new rackets and everything. Anyways, that racket will probably not be too remanding because your a D1 player, and transitioning from a midplus to a mid doesn't take too long.
     
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  9. mdjenders

    mdjenders Professional

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    grip shape could be an issue.
     
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  10. thel

    thel New User

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    No, I can't imagine that this racket will be to demanding for a D1 player. Why would you want to switch?
     
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