Kiefer's racket?

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by Fish wang, May 27, 2004.

  1. Fish wang

    Fish wang New User

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    Which racket is he using in French Open ? which model of Wilson ?

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  2. dsa202

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    he is using the Wilson ncode six-one 95, a new racquet by wilson that will be release june 15 in the US.
     
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  3. alricqian

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    is federer's racquet the six-one 95 or 90?

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  4. Will

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    I don't know he may be using the n Six-One Team which is alot more similar to the Surge (paintjob) he was using before bit Im probably wrong
     
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  5. D. Nalbandian

    D. Nalbandian Rookie

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    Federer uses the six-one 90
     
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  6. Will

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    The Team is 95sqin and 305g but i think only availiable in Europe
     
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  7. Live and Die

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    the racket federer endorses, is the six-one tour, i think. i felt the racket (the commercial one) when i went to the french open. i feels slightly different from the tour 90, maybe a little lighter. but thats it. babolat was also showing off the pure storm team racket, (the one massu endorses) if only weighs 282 grams unstrung. it felt like a replacement for the pure control zylon. also they had the aeropro drive and control at the stand. the aeropro drive felt nice. it had a 97sq. in. head and had the same weight as the pure drive (300 grams unstrung). the aeropro control had the same specs as the pure control.
     
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  8. Live and Die

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    :oops: my bad, federer does endores the six-one tour 90
     
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