Discussion in 'Racquets' started by imadeulook, Apr 9, 2006.
can anyone plz compare:mrgreen:
I haven't been able to try the Redondo, but the Diablo and the O3 Tour were nothing alike. The O3 was best on penetrating volleys and spin serves offering lots of power and coming to the ball quicker than any racquet I have demoed yet (because of the O-Ports). The Diablo was by far the better of the two, in my opinion, because it was much heavier and was not too powerful so my groundstrokes, lobs, approach shots, and dead volleys, as well as my flat serves, always stayed in and usually made a heavy ball that my opponent couldn't hit back, or a dead ball that he couldn't get to. If you are looking for a racquet that plays and feels lighter than it is, the O3 tour is a good choice, but if you're looking for a racquet that you can really let loose with and still keep shots in play, the Diablo is your best choice. PLEASE DON'T BUY A RACQUET UNTIL YOU HAVE DEMOED IT!
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