Mischa Zverev with Head Prestige.

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by Buckethead, May 25, 2010.

  1. Buckethead

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    The guy was up to 40 something in the world,changed from RDiS 100 mid plus to Prestige and Signum Pro,and now is as low as 140,and getting beaten like a red headed step child by everyone.
     
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  2. Praetorian

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    Was there a point? I don't get it.
     
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  3. Buckethead

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    Changing rackets,specially changing from a better racket to an inferior racket.
     
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  4. Spin-A-Lot

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    I doubt it's just an equipment issue...there's probably more to it than a mere racquet...
     
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  5. fundrazer

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    zzz, some of your posts have really gotten silly. Who cares if Zverev switched racquets, if he really switched then he probably just likes the prestige better. And if the yonex is so much better than the prestige, why isn't every pro using one. This thread fails
     
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  6. Recon

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    The prestige is historically a way more superior racquet. Yonex is the brand you go to when your in between deals with Wilson and Head. Sorry. I don't mean to be a racquet supremacist and super ***** like these other guys, but yonex racquets can't hold a candle to the prestige line, too many grandslams, too many talents choose prestige to deny it.
     
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  7. cmb

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    however maybe the yonex is better for HIM!
     
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  8. Doubles

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    If so, then there would be no point in switching in the first place...
     
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  9. chancep2120

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    i don't wanna be mean but buckethead..........you think of the worst threads bro, no offense
     
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  10. zapvor

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    lol are you serious? i am pretty sure federer could have won a couple slams with a yonex. or babolat. or dunlop. or lobster. or tecnifibre etc lol
     
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  11. EKnee08

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    The Prestige is an inferior racquet?
     
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  12. cmb

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    but u see, maybe he does not know that. Thats the puzzle that is tennis, He feels like he likes it, but somehow he has been getting crushed....he does not know whether its him or the racket.

    Its a fickle thing changing rackets
     
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  13. Buckethead

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    Yes,Yonex RDiS or RDS 98 are much better than that garbage made by Head.
     
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