ncode 95 for a two handed backhand currently using a surgex?

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by dantyem108, Sep 16, 2004.

  1. dantyem108

    dantyem108 Rookie

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    You guys think I could make the transistion from a surge x to a nsixone 95, without feeling like I am carrying a anchor, also with a 2 handed backhand?
     
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  2. Prostaffer

    Prostaffer Semi-Pro

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    95

    the 95, with the first string pattern that is available will be a noticeable drop in power from the surgex. while the 95 is more suited for those with a two hander i don't think you'd be happy with the change.
     
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  3. dantyem108

    dantyem108 Rookie

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    thats the thing, I want to be able to generate my own power, with the surge, I feel like I can't swing as hard as I want to......
     
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  4. Prostaffer

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    yep

    i used to think the same thing, i have a one handed backhand. i sold my pure drive + cuz i couldn't hit a one-hander and i had to go back to the two. it just wasn't my game. although my serve and forehand were awesome.

    after playing some tourneys with none's and prostaff 85's i've come to realize something. one of the sales reps at wilson always advises a new group of tennis players to buy a racquet that they feel accentuates their best shot. not their worst, but their best.

    i've come to realize this theory is correct so that's why i can't wait for the ncoded surge. please please please please
     
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