mcenroe's racquet?

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by lgbalfa, Feb 2, 2011.

  1. lgbalfa

    lgbalfa Professional

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    is he still using the maxply?

    thanks
     
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  2. PBODY99

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    As off the last of 2010, he was still using that paint job.
     
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  3. Mac_Attack

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    I've heard that He's using the HM 300 painted as the maxply, but the specs and construction of the maxply Mcenroe are essentially the same as the old HM 300. I think Dunlop pretty much took the HM 300, gave it a leather grip and a new paint job and called it the new Maxply Mcenroe.
     
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  4. 0d1n

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    Rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrright. What about the significantly different flex rating. Is that caused by the leather grip and paint ??
     
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  5. big ted

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    whatever racquet hes using, it weighs ~13oz strung, same weight hes been using for last 30 years from what i heard
     
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  6. leonidas1982

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    Balance? Thanks.
     
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  7. johnnymacfan

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    372g, about 12 pts HL, and VERRRRRRY flexible. With a nice set of Bow Brand gut to round it out.
     
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  8. Tennis Dunce

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    If anything they make his with more flex because the stock version is too stiff IMO. It's too bad...it could be a stellar gem.
     
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