Post Pictures of your Racquets and Tennis Gear

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by POGO, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. tenniskid3119

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    ^^^^ what grip is that? how does it feel? cause it kinda looks like tournagrip
     
  2. hyperwarrior

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    It's Wilson Super Thin grip. It's more durable and more tacky than Tournagrip and you can use both side.
     
  3. knasty131

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    dear god,

    thank you for producing such beauty....

    -kevin
     
  4. budkid

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    holy chipotle!
     
  5. baseliner87

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    ha ha ha ha
     
  6. In D Zone

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    Hmm... Head heavy or head light?

    I know it definitely a great weapon for baseliner.... on the contrary it can be also great on serve & volley. Much betta for a All Court playa!

    You are not in the demo mode I hope....

    Great choice! You have done well 'ARMAND'!
    Hope you have found your holy grail!
     
  7. 10nisDude~

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    HEY GUYS I GOT A WILSON K HAMMER!!






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  8. Banks

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    can we see the other side of that cover

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  9. Yonex.

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    I Think I see a racquet
     
  10. cactuskid

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  11. Gundam

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    Armand,

    Can you please tell her to step aside? I can see only a part of the cover. :confused:
     
  12. Double Fault

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  13. User Name

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    not many prince collections, mostly head, bab, and wilson
     
  14. man-walking

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    pham4313, where have you got that nice image art in your avatar ? :D

    Do you know where I can download it
     
  15. snoflewis

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    My Collection

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  16. Bundey

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    These are pretty much all my racquets. From left to right:
    2 Wilson Triad 6.0 ProStaff
    ProKennex Ki 5
    2 HEAD LiquidMetal Radical Midplus (weapons of choice)
    ProKennex Ceramic Destiny
    Babolat Pure Drive Cortex (chick stick)

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    how many times are you going to change your avatar?!!!:evil::confused::shock:
     
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    something my wife does. looks kinda cool. you just drill a hole in the pot
    and you put a pipe thru the hole to stack them.
     
  25. Andre Agasaki

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    My Collection of Rackets!

    Hi, I love seeing what everyone uses! I love rackets as well. Enjoy!

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  26. mdjenders

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    that is one sweet agassi wall!
     
  27. AlpineCadet

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    I see that you have matching pairs of the PST90! Very nice :)
     
  28. sargeinaz

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    Nice collection man. I love that Agassi wall.
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    Wow, I agree with the others who have stated that that is an awesome Agassi wall!
     
  31. JackSkellington

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    holy ****...my heart is racing
     
  32. Loco4Tennis

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    nice collection of racquets, cool wall display too
     
  33. Loco4Tennis

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    here is some of my tennis stuff: balls, racquets, bag, gear
    i have a klippermate stringing machine and a SAM P1 ball machine too, haven't taken pictures of thoes yet, i will soon though
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  34. shojun25

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    ^^^ Someone was busy organizing those balls :p
     
  35. Loco4Tennis

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    it was raining that day, i could not go out and play and i already strung up my racquets
     
  36. Forehand Forever

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    Loco, that ace knee bandage you got works like a charm. I used it this summer when my knee was acting up a little. I loved it.
     
  37. mdjenders

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    The Juicy Fruit there is very impressive. The delicious citrus flavor does wonders for the tennis game.
     
  38. abenguyen

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    that is a sweet collection.
     
  39. Tour 90

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    yeah it is, are those t90s a matched pair btw?
     
  40. Loco4Tennis

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    works good for tennis, does not restrict too much to be unconfortable
    i hardly notice it on when i am playing

    yeah the juice fruit is the best/good/okkkkk, the winter fresh i keep for show, incase ladys come to the court, i flash that out to show a manlier side :), tried looking for corona/heineken gum, no luck
     
  41. Andre Agasaki

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    Hi, yes it is. Brand new. I got it off the big auction site a while ago. I don't really use that racket personally and was thinking about making a "Federer Wall" in the near future. I was thinking about posting it on the big auction site to make some money if I decided not to make the "wall". Haven't decided yet. More for the collector in me than the player. Take care!
     
  42. jmsx521

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    Wow, Andre Agasaki, what you have on the sofa costs more than my car!
     
  43. jmsx521

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    Bard (regripped with white Pro Suppex over-grip)
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    Dunlop Black Max
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    Head Graphite?
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    Head Prestige 300 93sq.in.
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  44. jmsx521

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    Pro Kennex
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    Prince Spectrum Comp
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    Slazenger
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    Snauwaert (regripped with white Pro Suppex over-grip)
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  45. jmsx521

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    Volkl V Engine 90
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  46. jmsx521

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    Andre Agasaki, what is that very thin racket next to the Borg racket on the right side?
     
  47. Andre Agasaki

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    Hi, oh that is actually the old Arthur Ashe Competition by Head. Pretty old racket!

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  48. Loco4Tennis

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    the double rubber band setup you ahve on thoes racquets, do you still use it??
    does it feel any different when you hit with it??
     
  49. jmsx521

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    Andre Agasaki, it looks like it was molded by a steel-cutter and the edges look very sharp, as if they can cut.
     
  50. jmsx521

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    Loco4Tennis, putting two rubber bands just mutes the sound more (better than using just one rubber band). Plus, when you put one on the top, it serves the purpose of a small piece of lead tape put at 12 o'clock... it makes the racket more head heavy. However, I am not completely sure if using vibration dampener on the top is allowed for legal tournament competition.
     

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