Murray's Racket for Auction ?

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by Return_Ace, Jul 8, 2008.

  1. Return_Ace

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  2. Zhou

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    I would say it is legit considering it is for charity.
     
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    It's not even got the Radical Pro pj.
     
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    This is ridiculous, he doesn't even have pics, and absolutely no info except "bares the scars to prove it".
     
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    Oops... i forgot you Americans wouldn't understand..

    The Sun (the seller) is one of our national tabloid Newspapers so I'd be rather confident that they have Murray's racket.

    As for stating it's a Microgel Radical Pro, that's probably 'cause they know nothing about rackets and have either just done a quick google or have been told what it is (supposed to be).
     
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    :confused:I ain't American...And i don't understand...
    What's wrong with me:confused:
     
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    Yep, you guys should've guessed that I'd arrive here. Its not a radical. The newspaper must've researched & found that its a radical, based on the paintjob and what head wants us to know. Lol, if you look at his atp.com page, it tells what kind of racquet he's using. http://www.atptennis.com/3/en/players/playerprofiles/default.asp?playersearch=andy+murray Plus, if you look at my thread about what he's really using. I did an online converter to convert euros to dollars, for those who also live in the states, and the current bid would be $1,192 (760 euros). Way too much.
     
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  8. WHSTENNIS

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    Has anyone bidded on it from TW?
     
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    Actually the ATP website's always said he's used a Prestige even when he was using that iRadical.
     
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    Why would you convert euros to dollars when the price is in pounds which is even stronger against the dollar than the euro so it would actually be costing you Americans $1,485. That is still too much but you need to remember a certain factor...ANDYMONIUM!
     
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