Moving On From M-fil 300

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by 300Gkid, Jul 19, 2009.

  1. 300Gkid

    300Gkid Professional

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    As my collection of m-fil 300's dwindles down, i've decided a racquet switch is in order.

    I like the general feel of the 300's but i'd like a little more heft, power and stability, especially on returns and volleys. I feel like lately i've been getting pushed around by bigger hitters. Whatever i get ill prolly string up with weiscannon silverstring on the mains and a synthetic on the crosses.


    I'm looking to demo 4 racquets then choose one. Any ideas?
     
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  2. TENNISSLAVE

    TENNISSLAVE Banned

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    Dude, try a Tecnifibre.. after the Mfil 300 ,i moved to the tfight 320 and then up to the tfight 335 and its all good. more heft plowthru and stability :)
     
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  3. beckham

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    You might look into the Aerogel 200's.
     
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  4. hoosierbr

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    Liked the weight and balance of the MFil 300 but not the feel. The Aerogel 300 keeps the weight and balance but the feel is great. Give her a dance.
     
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  5. DavidGarcia

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    Sounds like you may need the 300 16x18 if you manage to get hold of any by this time.
     
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  6. shell

    shell Professional

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    Second that. It is a sleeper, and a great racquet that may very well fit what you are looking for.
     
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  7. DunlopDood

    DunlopDood Semi-Pro

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    Sounds to me like a AG 300 tour 4D, would fit the bill quite well for you. I also his with an mfil 300 before I got my 300 tour. Very stable, decent heft (but you can still customize), nice pop, more spin than you would think was possible from an 18x20 pattern. I am very satisfied with this racquet.
     
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