My Impression of I.Prestige MP

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by La Bomba, Mar 3, 2006.

  1. La Bomba

    La Bomba Professional

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    Serves: My first serve was not as good as with my ncode 95 16x18, i didn't get as much pace with it and serves were going out a bit more, but i say once i get used to it, i will serve better. WINNER: WILSON NCODE 95 16x18

    My second serve was a bit better than with my Wilson, i was getting more spin on the ball even though it is 18x20 and more pace without fear it was goin out. WINNER: I.Prestige MP

    Groundies: This racquet is an absolute belta for topspin groundies, i was hitting very hard with it, and i could get so much spin, in some cases it would go up to my opponents head. It also had very good control.WINNER: I.Prestige MP.

    Slice with the I.prestige didnt have the plow through like my wilson and were a bit more fluffy, my wilson was a lot better for slice.

    Volleys: My Wilson is really good for volleys, but i havent really had a chance yet to volley with the Prestige. I'll let you when i do.

    Manueverability: I.prestige has excellent manueverability and was very whippy around the court, it does beat my Wilson, probably because it doesnt have as much weight in the throat as the wilson.
     
  2. joe1987

    joe1987 Semi-Pro

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    How did u get your hands on one of those. I wanted to get one but they were stopped so I ended up with the radical instead.
     
  3. La Bomba

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    A friend of mine had one and said i could I have a go and if I like it he'll sell it to me.
     
  4. smittysan89

    smittysan89 Professional

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    im sure if you look you can find one for sale in the classifieds. I am also interested in one. They sound very intriguing.
     

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