Look at this!!!!!

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  1. Eli_Ace

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    you can tell that is not a flexpoint....
     
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  2. vamosrafa15

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    it doesn't work just post the image
     
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  3. ZoomUltraflight

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    hopefully this should work
     
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  4. LowProfile

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    If there was any doubt about the fakeness of Agassi's flexpoints, this should dispell it.
     
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  5. Noveson

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    Yea you can see where they tried to make it look like the part where it dips in around the flexpoints. Works from far away, but close up, no dice.
     
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  6. kchau

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    whats he using? ti rad? i rad?

    dosent look like lm.
     
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  7. Volly master

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    in new haven, like 90% of the pros with flexpoints were PJS,

    the paint at 3 and 9 looked like stickers,

    and the inside the frame near the information like string tension and grip size said "liquidmetal"

    head does great PJS for TV, but holding umbrellas for people, I noticed alot.
     
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  8. squints

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    oh well whatever. i think the flexpoints serious seriously sucked. unique idea and props to the innovation, but as for players racquets i stand by andre. the i.radical was the best imo. i'm just not down with all that flex. maybe it works for some but i don't think head is moving in the right direction with the flexpoint.

    besides it's widely known that alot of pro's use pj's.

    just my 2 cents.
     
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  9. slice bh compliment

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    Yes, women pros, too. Some use PJ's, other use boxers...others sleep naked.
     
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  10. jackson vile

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    The string pattern looks like a LMInstinct XL, that is weird, the beam is not thick enough to be a LMIXL
     
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  11. isuk@tennis

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    O RLY?
    PICS!!!!?
     
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  12. racingdad23

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    post picture....
     
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  13. p0w3r

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    the lm instinct XL has only 16 mains though...not 18
     
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  14. dxdgenert

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    Was there ever really any doubt? Watch his matches and you'll see some of his racquets have the paint chipping from the "flexpoint holes". The orange/red that showed through was a dead give away.
     
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  15. J-man

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    This has been pointed out a 100 times
     
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  16. AJK1

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    It is not a Head racquet as such. His racquet is a total custom mold made by ****.
     
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  17. samej07

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    i thought he used the donay from many years ago with the new pj on it.
     
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  18. Eli_Ace

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    that is so fake..
     
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  19. jelle v

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    Well that Agassi has always played with paintjob is no surprise.

    What I don't understand, is why Agassi over the last few years, frequently switched his paintjobs between the Radical Flexpoint and the Head Instinct (without flexpoints I think) :confused:
     
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  20. ThunderServe

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    The instinct really was real, he said he needed more power for the clay
     
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  21. migjam

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    This has already been discussed over and over and over... ITS A FAKE!
     
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  22. jelle v

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    Wow, surprising move. Thanks for the info!
     
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  23. SFrazeur

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    His racquet contains a long lost technology that falls under the heading of "reality tech", it's name is graphite.
     
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  24. Heavy Metal Tennis Star

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    hahaha, you cant really blame agassi.
     
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  25. Head-Strong

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    GUYS the guy has used POG OS-> DONNAY-> HEAD RADICAL TRYSIS 260
    I don't believe he has ever moved on from Trysis Bumble-Bee as we call them here.... so the i.Rad/ti.Rad/LM.Rad/FXP.Rad were all PAINS.
    [​IMG]http://www.virginmedia.com/microsites/sport/wimbledon/galleries/wimbledon-hunks/img/wimhunks-agassi.jpg[/IMG]
     
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  26. Head-Strong

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    Althought here he probably used the Head Classic Tour MP which is almost identical to Trysis 260 except the head size it 102 instead of 107 (just experimenting in mid 90's)


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  27. ericsson

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    could be but we dont know for sure, what we do know is that he loved to experimenting. he even played with a (head)? that had a crossbar just like the pog. it was black, dont remember in what year that was though.
     
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