My Racquet History -- What's yours?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by kinsella, Oct 30, 2004.

  1. dunlop1857

    dunlop1857 Guest

    My racket history

    -Wilson T-2000
    -Prince Jr.
    -Prince Pro
    -Prince Power Pro
    -Wilson Pro Staff 85
    -Wilson Ultra FPK
    -Prince Thunder Stick
    -Wilson Pro Staff Classic 6.1
    -Donnay Pro One Int'l
    -Babolat Pure Storm Tour

    Looking into the K90 presently... we'll see what the future brings! :twisted:
     
  2. BorisBecker1872

    BorisBecker1872 New User

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    1980--a wood racquet that I can't remember
    1987--Wilson Sting Oversize
    1988--Puma Super (Becker)
    1989--Pro Kennex Shadow 90
    1991--Wilson 6.1 Classic ProStaff 95
    1993--Prince Thunderstick
    1996--Wilson Hammer 6.2 (The Skunk)
    1997--Wilson HyperProStaff 6.1
    2004--Prince More Balance
    2005--Dunlop m-Fil 200
    2008--Boris Becker 11
    2010--Boris Becker Delta Core Legend
     
  3. Six.One.Tour.90FAN

    Six.One.Tour.90FAN Professional

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    Lets see...

    1. Volkl Junior Star 23
    2. Volkl Junior Star 25
    3. Wilson N26
    4. 2x Aeropro drive junior
    5. 1x Aeropro Drive
    6. 2x Ksix.one.tour.90
    7. ( hopefully) BLX tour 90
     
  4. djqsrv

    djqsrv New User

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    When I was young and just hacking around:
    Wilson Chris Evert Wood
    Wilson t2000

    High school and college:

    Wilson ProStaff 6.0 85
    Over the years easily 20 or more sticks. At the time I never understood why so many of them played differently. Didn’t know anything about Chicago, St V, or china. :) Wish I could get all of those back.
    Head Prestige classic 600

    Now in my late 30's:

    Head Prestige Classic 600
    Head MG Prestige
     
  5. jjgoff

    jjgoff New User

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    1977 - Started playing at 5 yrs old with a Stan Smith Capri Junior wooden racket...sitting on a shelf in my garage
    Early 80s - I got a Wilson Cobra for Christmas...whereabouts unknown
    Mid 80s - Prince Magnesium...I think one of them is at my parents house.
    Late 80s thru Early 90s - Prince Graphite 110. Won the State High School Doubles Championship my senior year with this baby...still have all 3 of them.
    Mid 90s - Prince TripleThreat Graphite...sold them
    Early 00s - Wilson Surge 5.1...sold them
    Mid 00s - Babolat AeroPro Drive Plus...currently have 3 of them
    Currently waiting on (2) new Babolat AeroPro Drive GTs
     
  6. dilemma

    dilemma New User

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    It was always Yonex. My first one was RQ 180, than RQ 380. Than I took SRQ 500 and I played with it for ages!!! In between I used some from RDseries (RD7, RD3, RD8) in the 90ies. In the last ten years I've been using SRQ 500, but since I don't have it anymore I use RQS11. But old ones were the best!
     
  7. PrinceMoron

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    Saw Michael Chang playing in a Pro Am, he has changed quite a bit!! But the strangest thing was seeing him play with a Babolat APD, looked SO odd............
     
  8. draconis228

    draconis228 New User

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    2040 - 2010 N95
    Yay yeah
     
  9. 140.6

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    1978 - Some Wilson Jr wood racquet
    1980 - Wilson Kramer Pro Staff
    1981-1983 Prince Woodie
    1984-1989 Wilson Ultra 2 Midsize
    1989-1993 Wilson Prostaff 6.0 85
    1993-2010 Break from Tennis
    2010-Current Head YouTek Prestige Pro
     
  10. JackB1

    JackB1 G.O.A.T.

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    Dunlop 500 Tour
    Prince Ozone Tour
    Yonex RDIS 300
    Pure Storm Tour
    YT Radical Pro
    Dunlop AG 4D200
    BBecker 11 MP
    Wilson BLX 95 18x20
     
  11. dekko1

    dekko1 Semi-Pro

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    Some of the years might be a bit off,

    Donnay Mid 725, around 1986
    Donnay Pro Cynetic 1, 1987-89
    Prince CTS Graduate 90, 1989-1990
    Yamaha Secret EX, 1990-1992
    Wilson Pro Staff, 1992-1998
    Head Radical Tour, 1998-2000
    Wilson Pro Staff Hyper Carbon (don't remember which one) 2001-2003
    Head Prestige MP Intelligence, 2004-2007
    Head Prestige MP Microgel, 2007-2009
    Yonex RDiS 100 mid, present
     
  12. Marshredder

    Marshredder Semi-Pro

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    When I Was Young: -

    Started out on the Slazenger "Tim Henman" signature. When I made it to a few national junior tournaments I was using Proper Slazenger racquets, not the junior Henman ones. I also had a couple of Wilsons etc, cant remember the exact models but theyre lying about at home somewhere.

    Nowdays: - Used K90's for about a year but decided to switch to the APDC after extensive demo'ing of a load of racquets. The K90 wasn't helping my game as a hard hitting baseliner and I found the APDC was better for spin, hence I could hit harder and higher over the net, improving consistency. Since then I've used APDC's exclusivley, currently got 2 APDC's and 2 APDGT's, hoping to grab another 2 APDGT's when I get some money.
     
  13. grafter

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    prince classic oversized (that my brother found in a garbage when he was a kid)
    wilson steady confetti (mine didn't come with the sunglasses)
    donnay, not sure the model, it had the same paint style as the pro one but neon green and gray (maybe the junior version?)

    wilson 6.1 classic (because edberg was on the picture hanging in the racket and i was developing some serve and volley, so i figured that racket would work for it)
    wilson 6.0 95 (the boxed frame got me)
    wilson tour 90 (for half a summer)
    wilson n90 (for the rest of that summer, did not like this stick)
    wilson 6.0 85
     
  14. EKnee08

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    Even further back to the future 2/2010-Head Youtek Prestige MP
    10/2010-back to using the Youtek Radical MP but customized
     
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  15. sliceboy33

    sliceboy33 Rookie

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    - 1980´s - unknown aluminum Donnay Jr. (still wasn´t interested in playing the game, though)
    - 1993 - unknown aluminum Rox Pro Wilson Aggressor 95
    - 1994 - unknown Prince oversize
    - 1995 - Prince DB24 Head 660
    - 1996 - Wilson Pro Staff 6.0 Original 85
    - 1998 - Wilson Pro Staff 6.1 Classic 95
    - 2000 - Head (Prestige) Classic
    - 2001 - Head Prestige Tour 600
    - 2009 - Head Microgel Prestige Mid
    - 2010 - Wilson BLX Six.One Tour 90 (about to switch)
     
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  16. tenchu9154

    tenchu9154 New User

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    1997- wilson 6.2 i am not sure haha the skunk, maybe a hammer something.
    ? - hyper hammer tour black and orange
    2000 something - ncode tour
    2006-ncode n6.2
    2007-babolat pure storm
    2009-yonex rds 001
    2010-wilson pro open blx
     
  17. tenchu9154

    tenchu9154 New User

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    whoops it was the ntour and h tour
     
  18. Zefer

    Zefer Rookie

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    "Grown-up" Racquets go as follows:
    2003 - Wilson Hyper Hammer 6.3
    2007 - Head Flexpoint 10
    2008 - Head Flexpoint 4
    2008 - Babolat AeroPro Drive Cortex
    2009 - Wilson nSix.One.Team (95sq in, 18x20)
    2009 - Babolat Pure Drive GT

    Finally settled with the GT an lovin' it. ;)
     
  19. Kemitak

    Kemitak Semi-Pro

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    1. Some Jr. Slazenger wood.
    2. A white Rossignol with the crossbar, signed by Wilander, (an asian market F2??).
    3. Some green aluminum Head that I bent.
    4. A crummy black and silver Prince as punishment for breaking the Head.
    5. A beautiful Rossignol with pearled white paint, retired it when I couldn't find replacement grommets. (What kind of Rossignol was it?)
    6. Wilson Pro Staff 6.0 (15 years).
    7. Jack Kramer Autograph.
    8. KPS 88/Redondo/K Six.One Tour, depending on how hot I feel.
     
  20. kcjim

    kcjim New User

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    racquet history

    1960's poncho gonzalas wood racquet- spaulding?
    Wilson T-2000
    Wilson Triumph
    Wilson hammer 4.3
    Dunlop 400 hotmelt
    Yonex SRQ 400 Long
    Prince More Game
    Prince More Balence
    Fischer Mpro 1 (105 sq in ) heavy
    Fischer Mpro 1 (105 sq in ) light
    Babolat Drive Z (105 sq in.)

    Still love my fischers the most, play the babolot occasionally.
     
  21. sunnyIce

    sunnyIce Semi-Pro

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    Very Late 80s: (1HBH)
    - Woodie (?)
    - Slazenger
    - Dunlop

    Early 90s: (2HBH)
    - Slazenger
    - Prince

    Mid/Late 90s:
    - N/A

    Early 2000s:
    - N/A

    Mid/Late 2000s: (1HBH)
    - Prince
    - Wilson Hyper Pro Staff 95
    - Wilson Surge
    - Wilson Hyper Pro Staff 95 (modded)
    - Prince Tour Diablo
    - Donnay Pro 1 Intl
    - Dunlop AG 100
    - Dunlop AG 200 16x19
    - Dunlop AG 100
    - Wilson K90
    - Wilson BLX90
    - Wilson KPS88
    - Wilson BLX90 (dare I say settled)
     
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  22. aerogami

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    this is my list, in order, of the racquets I have used as my main racquet over the years I'm kind of guessing at the earlier date ranges - there was some overlap-

    Spalding "Doris Hart" wood 1980-84
    Wilson "Chris Evert" wood 1980-84

    Head Sprint Aluminum Junior 1984
    Head Tournament Edge aluminum 1985-86
    Le Coq Sportif Concept 3 Midsize "Endorsed by Roscoe Tanner" 1986-1988
    Fox WB210/Ceramic WB210 1988-1990
    Rossignol f240 carbon 1990-1992
    Head Trisys 150 1992-94
    Rossignol ft 5.80 1994-1997
    Head Extreme Competition XL 1997-99
    Volkl X2 Titanium OS 1999-2009
    Kneissl Black Star 2009-today

    I still have all of these guys in my collection.

    After all these years my sentimental favorite is still The Le Coq, what a classic original design.

    It's great to see that Bosworth is making the 210 again - and for big bucks. As odd as they look, those racquets are awesome.
     
  23. alupower

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    1996: Wilson PS85
    1997: Wilson PS85
    1998: Wilson PS85
    1999: Wilson PS85
    2000: Wilson PS85
    2001: Wilson PS85
    2002: Wilson PS85
    2003: Wilson PS85
    2004: Wilson PS85
    2005: Wilson PS85
    2006: Wilson PS85
    2007: Wilson PS85
    2008: Wilson PS85
    2009: Yonex RDX 500MID → Head MG Extreme Pro → Wilson PS85
    2010: Wilson PS85... thinking about switching...
     
  24. Hellboy

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    Very Nostalgic Thread!

    Early '80s: My sister's Prince Classic
    Dunlop Black Max (gold synthetic gut to look like Mac's Dunlop)
    Mid '80s: Dunlop Max 200G (finally got Mac's real racquet!)
    Late '80s: Dunlop Max 400i
    Early '90s: Wilson Pro Staff Classic 6.1 95
    Mid '90s: Wilson Pro Staff Classic 6.1 & 7.5 95
    Prince Graphite OS (short duration)

    Somewhere during the late '80s/early '90s, I recall also having an Adidas Lendl, Wilson Profile, some sort of Dunlop ISIS, and some sort of Prince ceramic (white).

    Approx. '96-'10 (tennis hiatus)

    2010: Started playing again with my Wilson Pro Staff Classics, after restringing them of course (favoring the 7.5 at the moment due to lighter static weight and swingweight and have a used Gamma T-7 coming from the TW boards; also considering checking out a PK Redondo MP). Tried a Dunlop Aerogel 500 Tour, but could not control it very well (although the string tension may have had something to do with it). I still own one well worn, but uncracked Max 200G for nostalgia's sake.
     
  25. SandV62

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    LOL, you seem quite addict to the PS 85.

    1. Head FP Heat
    2. Babolat PD team cortex
    3. Volkl PB 10 mid
     
  26. OliverSimon

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    1. Head Flexpoint Radical OS
    2. Head Flexpoint Radical Team
    3. Head Microgel Extreme
    4. Head Microgel Prestige MP
     
  27. jpknopp

    jpknopp New User

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    Random woodie
    jack kramer prostaff
    pog os
    hypersprostaff 95
    n six.one 95
    Aeroprodrive original
    AeroProdrive cortex
    Head speed mp
    occaisonally I'll hit with a K90 too
    I hate that I switched to tweener racquets but i'm just so used to the ease of them I just can't permanently switch back
     
  28. KaZe

    KaZe Rookie

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    1. Some generic $30 Wilson racquet
    2. Head Ti-5500
    3. Wilson nCode nPro Open
    Currently K90
     
  29. tennis005

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    I have the exact same Head Sprint Junior racket in my garage right now.
     
  30. alupower

    alupower New User

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    I bought two when I first started playing tennis back in 1996... using two same sticks until now... you just can't get rid of tem... lol
     
  31. Viper

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    Beginning of 2004- Crappy prestrung Wilsons
    Summer 2005- Wilson nCode n6-1 95 16x18
    Summer 2006- Wilson Pro Staff 6.0 85
    Summer 2007- Dunlop M-fil 300
    Winter 2009- Donnay Pro One OS
    Winter 2010- Wilson K-Factor Tour 90
    Spring 2010- Prince Triple Threat Warrior OS

    My stint with the K90 was brief. Anyone looking for one should shoot me an email at hellonewman75@gmail.com
     
  32. gslefeb

    gslefeb New User

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    1. Prince Graphtec DB oversize
    2. HPS 6.1
    3. Dunlop AG300 16x18
    4. Extreme Pro 08
    5. Current: Dunlop AG 300 / HPS 6.1
     
  33. tandrei

    tandrei New User

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    1988-1992 - some old woodie
    1992-2007 some crappy aluminum Fischer
    2007-2008 - Dunlop Aerogel 300, head Radical OS (Andre Agassi signature)
    2008-present - Yonex RDS 001 Mid and Mid plus, RQiS tour.
     
  34. AlinPopServes

    AlinPopServes New User

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    Cool thread!
     
  35. mlnsdj

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    1988-89 $25 alum Dunlop from K Mart (8th/9th grade)
    1989-90 Prince Graphite
    1990-91 Wilson Profile (the gold one) Mid
    1991-92 Prince Storm MP
    1992-2005 Wilson Pro Staff Original 85 (I still have a St. Vincent!)
    2005 Wilson Hyper Hammer 4.3
    2006 Prince Tour (orange/black), Wilson Ntour
    2007 Head Microgel Extreme (added 12g tape to head)
    2008-2009 Dunlop AG200 to Babolat APDC
    2010 Head Youtek Radical Pro

    Obviously, it's been hard for me after a long layoff between 1994 or so and 2004 to find a racquet I like since I was a PS 85 guy. So I've run the gamut from powerful to control oriented. Landed on the YT Rad Pro and think I'll stay. It has the right amount of control, and the plow through creates PLENTY of power. Love it.
     
  36. InsideOutBackhand

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    1995 - Prince CTS Synergy DB26
    1996 - Prince Original Graphite OS
    2001 - Prince TT Graphite OS
    200? - Head Ti.Fire Tour
    200? - Head i.Radical MP
    2006 - Head LM Radical MP
    2008 - Head FP Radical MP
    2009 - Head MG Radical MP
    2010 - Head YT Prestige MP

    Interloper racquets: Head Trisys Radical OS, Wilson nBlade 98 & Wilson KPS88

    I had my best memories with my POG's. Unfortunately, three of my four frames broke and the last one got all mushy.
     
  37. bcart1991

    bcart1991 Semi-Pro

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    Wilson Pro 110 (Aluminum)
    Prince Volley 110
    Wilson Pro Staff 4.5 OS
    Wilson Profile 3.6 95
    Prince Original Graphite OS
    Wilson PS 6.0 95
    Wilson HPS 6.1 95
    Wilson nCode six-one 16x18 95
    back to the HPS 6.1

    Toying with the nTour/nTour 2 now and then, but still primarily the HPS 6.1, with some POG and PS 6.0 play when I feel like it.
     
  38. MrAWD

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    • Wood Dunlop frame
    • Fisher Fiberglass OS
    • Prince POG variation 90
    • Prince Oversize something
    • Head i.Radical OS
    • Head LM Radical MP
    • Head FXP Radical Tour
    • Prokennex Redondo Mid
    • Prokennex Redondo MP
    • Wilson K90
    • Prokennex Black Ace
     
  39. struggle

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    1975-77 - spalding jr. tournament woodie
    1977-79 - bancroft bjorn borg dimestore model
    1980-82 - various woodies
    1982-83 - prince classic
    1983-84 - pro kennex power ace (think mid-size prince pro)
    1984-85 - pro kennex silver ace/wilson graphite aggressor
    1985-86 - puma BB winner
    1986-87 - wimbledon all pro
    1987-89 - POG mid

    1989-2010 - no tennis, had a Prince Chang LB to hit occasionally.

    2010 -10 - Prince O3 Speedport Black LB
     
  40. mucat

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    wood->aluminum->graphite->titanium->piezoelectric->T1000->air
    (might not be in this exact order)
     
  41. TnTBigman

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    HEAD MG Prestige MID 4 1/2 stock. Since May 2009 to today. Just awesome.
     
  42. El Mejor

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    Mine.
    2006- A Ncode
    2007- Aero Prodrive
    2008- Aero Prodrive Cotex
    2009- Apdc, Rebel, Kblade 98
    2010- Kblade/nblade
     
  43. Gladiator

    Gladiator New User

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    Racquets:
    2006: Babolat Pure Drive
    2007?: Prince Diablo MP
    2007.5?: Prince Diablo Mid
    2008: Babolat Aero Pro Drive
    2009: Babolat Aero Pro Drive Cortex
    2009.5: Head YT Radical MP and Prestige MP
    2010: Babolat Pure Drive Cortex (definitely the best racket I have ever hit with)
     
  44. Dominik

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    Head Liquidmetal Prestige Midplus
    Babolat Pure Storm
    Dunlop Aerogel 300 w/ leather + lead
    Prostaff 6.0 85 (originally these were just for fun but I liked them so much!)
    Now... K90

    :)
     
  45. jaskasm

    jaskasm New User

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    Babolat Pure Control
    Wilson nPro Open
    Wilson K Blade 98
    Wilson K Blade Tour
     
  46. Spin-A-Lot

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    Could be longer but those were my parent's racquets...

    Racquets I bought myself (or received recently):

    Head i.S6
    Head i.X5 MP
    Head FXP Radical Team
    Head i.Prestige Mid
    Head Youtek Speed Pro
    Dunlop AG300 16X18
     
  47. ace18

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    Years are close guesses

    1975-1976 some crappy no name aluminum racquet
    1977-1981 Jack Kramer Auto and Prostaff, Dunlop Maxply, Donnay All Pro, Yonex Carbonex 8
    1982-1983 Head Graphite Edge
    1984-1986 Pro Kennex Black Ace ( quit playing tennis and sold racquets for beer money)
    1986-2007 No Tennis
    2007-Present Customized Dunlop AG300, have purchased and tried, AG200 16x19, 18x20, Dunlop AG300 16x18, Head Liquidmetal Radical, Dunlop Maxply McEnroe
     
  48. mang0ra1n

    mang0ra1n New User

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    All played with in a span of a year

    June of 09 - Babolat Drive Z Lite
    July - K90
    August - January '10- Yonex RQiS-2 TOUR
    February-April - K95, BLX95
    June( Now)- Babolat PDGT+
     
  49. michael_1265

    michael_1265 Professional

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    Late 1970s, early 1980s-I batted the ball around with this Kroydon thing that my parents bought for me at Sears. It was a wood-bamboo composite, I think.

    1988-Prince Graphite Pro 110: This was a great racquet, but the head size felt huge to me. My girlfriend liked it though, so I gave it to her and got:
    1989-Pro Kennex Copper Ace 90- I loved this racquet.
    1989-Donnay Revolutive Apollo-This had a contoured handle with a brown leather grip and adjustable weights in the handle. It felt really harsh. Someone borrowed it and never gave it back.
    1994-Bought a Wilson (6.1, I think, I never really liked it much) in the bargain bin. My son still lends that stick out when he wants to hit with one of the neighborhood kids.

    2007-Head Microgel Extreme Pro.
    2010-Volkl DNX 10-Lots of control, really sweet to hit
    2011-Babolat PDGT 135th anniversary. I have finally gone to the Dark Side.
     
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  50. shaysrebelII

    shaysrebelII Semi-Pro

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    What made you switch from the n95 to the HPS6.1 95?
     

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