Post Pictures of your Racquets and Tennis Gear

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  1. lgbalfa

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  2. playtheroots

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    Pictures previously didn't work...

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    Dunlop Black Max (Brand-New $4 thrift store purchase), Wilson Triad 5 and two Wilson K6.1 95.
    Wilson BLX Tour Super 6 bag.
    Adidas Barricade 6.0 shoes.
    Apparel is whatever I find on sale at Marshall's/TJ Maxx.
    I also have a Tennis Tutor Prolite that is not pictured.
     
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    3 rebels, 1 psc stretch, 1 AG4D200Tour, 1 Kteam95, 1 POG Mid, 2 Diablo tours.
     
  6. zapvor

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    i am quite jealous! thats awesome man. looks like you only have a few of the newer siblings
     
  7. zapvor

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    come on man. disgrace to put the triad with the other frames
     
  8. dxdgenert

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    Wife's racquet. However, I've hit with it a few times and it is pretty darn forgiving, which is not always a bad thing.
     
  9. zapvor

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    haha i was just teasing you man:p thanks for sharing
     
  10. zapvor

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    i like to demo :p

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  12. skycadet

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    Not sure if this photo comes out but here are my sticks. As you can see I'm a bit of a Slazenger fan.:twisted:

    The only one I have missing from this collection is the NX one series. I did have it but I hated the stock version. I think it was made from a Dunlop mould. :evil:
     
  13. zapvor

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    sick slazenger collection!!!!!!11
     
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    Which one is the stolen frame?
     
  15. Holy Grail

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    how does the radical pro play, volleys, serves, groundies?
     
  16. PhotoBlue

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    It has more power than you would think because stiffness level is very low. Good spin potential and lots of feel on volleys. You can also get lots of kick on serves.
     
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    Be nice, he is just "demoing" it for a long time ;)
     
  18. frinton

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    Nice :) are the PS Classic S&S 85 or 95 Headsize?
     
  19. KitinovR

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    Well, just a photo from the racquest I currently play.
    As a starter just, I will upload photo of bag, shoes, and so on later.....
    Head microgel MP.
    String Head Ultra Tour 16 String.
     
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    x2 shoes (K-Swiss and Joma)
    x2 Yonex RDiS 100 Midplus
    x1 Dunlop Biomimetic 300 Tour
    x1 Völkl Power Bridge 9
     
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  23. zapvor

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    you couldnt wait to take the pic before you even finished doing the grip :p
     
  24. zapvor

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    oh my bad its the one from your bag
     
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    I simply call a spade a spade, and a thief a thief.

    Brilliant retort, absolutely brilliant.
     
  26. KitinovR

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    As I promised.......
    Head Microgel Radical MP
    Fischer Pro Classic MP XL
    Wilson Hammer 5.9 100
     
  27. zapvor

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    one of these days i have to try to switch to fischer
     
  28. KitinovR

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    @zapvor,

    Fischer pro Classic XL is a good racquet , but it wasn't suiting my game.
    It is quite heavier than Microgel Radical, more spin oriented and after all I had impresion that it is not suiting my game so much.
    The amount of spin which could generate was amazing.
     
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    Which Yonex racquet is this?
     
  32. zapvor

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    yea that looks more like a photo practice than showing a racket
     
  33. skycadet

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    Yeah : ) I guess it's a bit of a featish! I would have added more to my collection but the latest range from Slazenger don't agree with me. ( I prefer the 95sq inch head and a slim frame. The new range seems to be used from a Dunlop mould.
     
  34. skycadet

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    I know what you mean! I love the Trinity racket, it has a balanced of power, conrtol and feel. I used to have few more then this but sadly I cracked a few frames.. Thanks for the offer anyway but I don't think I'll be letting these go anytime soon.
     
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    Thanks!.. the PS classic I have are 85sq inch. I bought them like a ages a go when I was starting out. I was ( and still am ) a fan of Edberg but for some reason I couldn't find PS classic 85sq inch , so I settled for something simliar.
     
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    A damn good one.[​IMG]
     
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    A Pro's Pro Yonex......?? With added Yonex decals.........lol.
     
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    Nice footwork
     
  41. zapvor

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    very nice! are those the 295g?
     
  42. Roger Wawrinka

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    Nice racquets!
     
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  43. Pure Babs

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    The 200s are the heavier tour version, and then I have one of the 310g vcore tours and one of the 330g vcore tours. Couldn't make up my mind :)

    That's funny! Yeah just decided to post the pics of all my yonex frames now that I officially am using the 200 MP and got the bag and all!
     
  44. Roger Wawrinka

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    Pure Babs, Is that bag a 12 bag? If it is I can not find that one anywhere.
     
  45. Seth

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    I thought Yonex bags were only available up to 9.
     
  46. Pure Babs

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    You're right. It's a 9 pack, but comparable to other company's 12 packs...
     
  47. Seth

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    And they're great quality.
     
  48. Roger Wawrinka

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    Thanks Seth, You really helped me out:)
     
  49. Roger Wawrinka

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    You too Pure Babs, thanks for everything:)
     
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