One more time, if you are over 50 and at least a 4.5, what frame ?

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  1. sixone90

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    Donnay Gold 94
     
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  2. PBODY99

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    I have two which are still very white. Lots of Titanium Dioxide in the paint job.
    As to strokes, old school
     
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  3. roundiesee

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    I'm using the PSBLX90, mainly for the feel and plow through. But am seriously considering a switch to a lighter racket, possibly the Bio 500 T. Tried the PD 2012 some time ago- lovely easy power and not too harsh with a soft multi, but decided against it in favor of the pro staff.
     
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  4. pshulam

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    No, it is very shiny and white.
     
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  5. tmc5005

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    Thats easy I would recommend these racquets for anyone concerned with arm problems and they are particulary recommended for 4.5 and above although I think they are also good for lower level players because I don't think anyone wants arm problems and you can always compensate for power with a lively string at a low tension.

    These are my top 10:

    Babolat New Pure Storm LTD GT
    Dunlop Biomimetic 200 Tour
    Dunlop Biomimetic 200
    HEAD-Youtek-IG-Prestige-MP
    Prince EXO3 Rebel
    Prince EXO3 Tour
    Volkl Power Bridge
    Volkl Organix 10 325G W
    ilson Prostaff Six.One BLX
    Yonex Vcore 95D
     
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