McEnroe's gnarly brown and red racquet

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by Charles, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. Charles

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    It looks like something I'd like to play with...anyone have any experience? It looks wicked cool.
     
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    Are you talking about the Maxply McEnroe? It's stiff and light, from what I know...
     
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    I just googled it. Yeah, that's the one. "stiff and light" sounds like such an awkwardly painful combination.
     
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  4. li0scc0

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    98 square inches, high 60's stiffness, and low 11 ounce range.
     
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    the retail one is stiff and light, but i think the one he is actually using is more flexible and 2 ounces heavier..
     
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    i currently use it and love it.

    it has been discontinued for quite some time now.
     
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    VSBabolat is the expert, but I believe he said that John is still using an old 300 model...
     
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    Sorry, when I was asking for opinions on the racquet I was talking more about the less quantifiable aspects (I.E: How it felt to the user) and less about the stats. Who likes it and what for?
     
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