Murray-new Radical

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  1. Bronc10is

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    Andy Murray has been using the I. Radical, do you think he is actually going to make the change to the microgel, because he is one of the main faces of the racket, or is he just going to go with a paintjob?
     
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  2. 127mph

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    isnt he supposes to be injured?
     
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  3. Bronc10is

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    yeaaa

    he is, but he will be back playing before the racket is released
     
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  4. vinnier6

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    pjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpj
     
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  5. jura

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    As far as I know Prince tries to get Murray as a replacement for Blake.
     
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  6. :confused: It might be in Prince's best interest to look for a player that is easy to satisfy, like a player that hasn't for years rejected cosmetics.
     
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  7. tintin

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    none of your damn business
    really?:shock:
     
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  8. jura

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    just heard some rumors . . .
     
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  9. SFrazeur

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    I think Murray would be a better choice in the first place.

    Side question, any idea how much money Prince lost on Blake?
     
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  10. gshaffer23

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    The new Tennis Mag has him with the Micro Radical ad, so I would think Head would have him playing with it (pj of course).
     
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  11. vkartikv

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    but Prince = no CAP grommets
     
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  12. iplaybetter

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    ^^^^^
    and your point is
     
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  13. Mr. Hokey

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    sry to be off topic, but that really interested me. I had been suspecting that he had CAP grommets on it before, but are they just the prestige mp's grommets? it seems to be a very interesting idea.
     
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  14. Tennis_Nickmo

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    You would have thought he would change soon, maybe for Queens, as Murray's racket will generate the most sales in the UK, you would have thought.
     
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  15. Feña14

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    Absolutely. Shame he's pulled out already though.

    If he does play at Wimbledon you can guarentee that the next time you go down the courts they will be full up so you can't play (only happens for 2 weeks a year) with people of all ages wielding whatever frame Murray is using. Oh and of course the couple of people who cut the bottoms of their trousers and sleeves off their shirts to look like Nadal ;)
     
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