Please compare Prince Diablo Mid and NXG Mid to ROK

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by kinsella, Feb 22, 2004.

  1. kinsella

    kinsella Semi-Pro

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    How do these Prince mids compare to a ROK? Is either one my 16 main ROK I have been looking for? The NXG specs out very close to a ROK.
     
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  2. aceindahole2K5

    aceindahole2K5 Rookie

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    NXG Mid= better ROK, i just demoed it last night and today, and its sweet........way sweet, more forgiving and hits a heavier ball than the ROK....absolutley stellar
     
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  3. vin

    vin Professional

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    Uh oh. Looks like I have a demo in my future. I'm curious about the new Volkl Tour 10 also.

    ace, are you a fan of the ROK, or just comparing?

    Vin
     
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  4. aceindahole2K5

    aceindahole2K5 Rookie

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    im actually using the ROK right now......untill i get some paperwork together and pick up a prince perferred player package deal......then its all NXGs...... no looking back
     
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  5. vin

    vin Professional

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    ace,

    How do you compare the comfort of the two? And what's a preferred player package?

    Thanks,
    Vin
     
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  6. aceindahole2K5

    aceindahole2K5 Rookie

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    comfort id say goes to the NXG, due to the larger sweetspot, close call there tho, perferred player package is like a junior sponsorship....except its not free, it comes as a steeply discounted package, this is done for eligibility reasons
     
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  7. !<-_->!

    !<-_->! Professional

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    How do you get the perferred player package?
     
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  8. aceindahole2K5

    aceindahole2K5 Rookie

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    dont know, i was approached with it through one of my teaching pros....i would check with your clubs representative for whatever company your interested in
     
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  9. edge

    edge Banned

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    I think with Prince, you have to be ranked in the top 250 in the USTA National Rankings. For $300 you get 3 racquets, a pair of shoes, 30 sets of strings, 20 overgrips, t-shirt, bag, etc.
     
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