Kneissl Red star but shorter

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by heathenrider, Nov 3, 2008.

  1. heathenrider

    heathenrider New User

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    I really enjoy the Kneissl red star however would probobly like it even more if it was a smaller length. Does anyone know of a racquet that fits this profile?

    Or maybe i can chop it? How is this done?
     
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  2. TW Staff

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    I would say to just deal with the length. I hit with this racquet like a month ago and I was really impressed with it. I thought it was solid, stable, flexible. I loved the length. I would never cut a racquets length. The process is rare and to hard on the racquet. Go for it.

    Danny, TW
     
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  3. heathenrider

    heathenrider New User

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    Yea, if it is as strenuous of a process that you describe than i wont chop. This racquet is manufactured beautiful and i wouldn't want to taint that. however, the length affects me a bit more when i play against some faster pace. It definitely has a place in my meager collection, however it is not the end of my search for the perfect fit.

    Any other racquets like this one, but shorter?
     
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  4. orangettecoleman

    orangettecoleman Professional

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    The PK Redondo midplus maybe?
     
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