looking for racquet suggestions..

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Lee James, Mar 25, 2006.

  1. Lee James

    Lee James Rookie

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    A lil background info, I'm a college player, lefty, very strong forehand, decent backhand, strong serve, quick, great hands. Right now I'm playing with the dunlop 200g, the hotmelt. Before these racquets I was using the pro staff tour 90, but then it went out of production and I had to find something new as my frames had taken some abuse. Basically I'm looking for some suggestions on frames to try. I really like mid size frames, preferably 90 to 95 sq. in. I tried the yonex rdx 500 mid and liked the feel of it, but just couldn't click with it. So all suggestions are welcome, right now I'm interested in the lm prestige mid, flexpoint prestige mid, and the new dunlop 200g.
     
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  2. Saito

    Saito Professional

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    Why didn't you opt for the N 6.1 tour 90... I mean I think it's pretty similar to the tour 90... if not look online for tour 90.... they still sell them somewhere... if I find it I'll be glad to email you if you still want to hit with that racquet....
     
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  3. Kevo

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    I ended up with the RDX 500 mid, but I also demoed the nCode Tour 90 and thought it was very good also. You might want to give it a look.
     
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  4. Marius_Hancu

    Marius_Hancu G.O.A.T.

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  5. thejerk

    thejerk Semi-Pro

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    Tw is getting in some pc600. Buy a bunch of them. They are suppose to be only $129 and will probably be in production for as long as the other pc's u named. It is cheaper and probably better.
     
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  6. arosen

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    Dude, you so need to try Prestiges, LM and Flexpoints, or older ones. You sound like you know what you are doing on the court, so try the real deal stick. I switched to it from Dunlops, they are way easier on your arm if you hit all day every day like I did. They take time to get used to, but once you do, your search is over.
     
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  7. Rob the Tennis Player

    Rob the Tennis Player Rookie

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    you should try:

    Wilson nSix-One 95
     
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