Nalbandian with RDis200?

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by mjwtpro1, Nov 5, 2010.

  1. mjwtpro1

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  2. rockcholfo

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    I think he was just testing the rdis200 because yestarday in basel he appears with rdis 100
     
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  3. [d]ragon

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    Hey he was probably just giving it a go. If I were a sponsored pro, why wouldn't I demo every racquet they've got? It's a racquetaholics dream!
     
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  4. You Can't Be Serious

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    I believe the rdis 100 will discontinued
    with a new racket taking its place
     
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  5. mjwtpro1

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    I wonder if they will just change the cosmetics on the RDiS 100 & 300 or will we get a new RD series? Guess we'll have to wait til Australia.
     
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    Even his racquet now has a wider beam!
     
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  7. yellow ball

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    From what I heard RDS 100 is going out and other racquet will replace it.
     
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  9. You Can't Be Serious

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    I thought they did a cosmetic change before when the racket PJ was yellow. Judging by the S Fit and Ezone Series, Yonex has been attempting to develop a more powerful frame with control. It should be interesting how they go with the new rackets.

    All the ladies who have tried the Ezone at my club have raved about it. And these ladies are using Wilson and Babolat sticks.

    What direction do they go with their tournament frames ?
     
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  10. baseline_monster

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    They will just use some new tech, load of crap and do a nice new pj. Specs wont change, well, not on the 98 anyway. Would imagine they will keep the mid as a 93 and not go back to a 90
     
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  12. tennistiger

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    Yes, RDIS 100 will be replaced 2011 !
     
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  13. The Pure One

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    That is a training session from Argentina's Davis Cup in Lyon, so I guess he is just using his compatriot Juan Monaco's racquet that is also an extended one (Yonex that is).
     
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