Post Pictures of your Racquets and Tennis Gear

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

  1. m1stuhxsp4rk5

    m1stuhxsp4rk5 Professional

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    Wilson Family Photo
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  2. Staiger

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    You need some new overgrips mate !
     
  3. m1stuhxsp4rk5

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    lol i got a 30 pack im all set. no point in changing when they arent worn yet
     
  4. game set match 46 TIMES!!

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    my prestige pros :)
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    gamma tour on this with blue gear in mains.
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    full big ace on this
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  5. supermario343

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    ^ how do u like the Blue gear in the mains ? I put BG in my mains with og gosen micro in my crosses on my MG
     
  6. game set match 46 TIMES!!

    game set match 46 TIMES!! Hall of Fame

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    its prety good tbh. im getting alot of spin with it then full and more comfort.i just cant tell if i like big ace or blue gear gear more. but yeah its great litle more power, litle more control but alot more spin! i may use this setup again.atleast the blue gear!

    edit: i also found it very stiff very stiff much more stiff then blue gear.
     
  7. takl23

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    Cheers,

    Tim

    Edit: I've added another RQiS to the mix since last week.
     
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    what kind of dog is that? my dog weighs 115 pounds lol and nice racquets.
     
  9. storgris

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    POG OS x2
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    POG mp LB
    Prince Michael Chang graphite OS x3
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  10. EndLy

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    i just recently acquired the pro staff tour and it seems like the area above the handle is longer than mines. I'm interested in where you got it from? possibly from a pro? i'm not racket specialist or anything but looks like one of federer's frames? 4 holes in PWS if i'm not mistaken. nice rackets though haha, i'm actually trying to accumulate the same collection :D
     
  11. Kal-El 34

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    have 3 more that I have cracked that are being relaced by wilson currently

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    and super 6 bag

    1 strung with big ace mains / msf focus hex crosses, 1 Polystar Energy mains / NXT tour crosses, 2 unopened ones with Wilson Reaction 16G.
     
  12. Kal-El 34

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    my fav

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  13. EndLy

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    wow nice looking strings lol.. better yet, nice dampener LOL
     
  14. Kal-El 34

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    yea that dempener was too funny to pass up
     
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    Nothing special. The other 2 nSix-One's now have leather grips and now I'm going to start leading the other two to match my main racket! I want the red Wilson super six bag so badly. :(

    -robJAR
     
  18. m1stuhxsp4rk5

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    that is a wilson pro staff 85 with the pro staff tour paintjob
     
  19. eric892

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    here's mine

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  20. aimr75

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    that Tour90 looks to be a paint jobbed ps85
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  21. robJAR

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    Kal-El, 4 inches of lead tape there? Hah, it looks almost exactly like mine, just the nCode version. :)

    How many grams of lead do you have on your bad boy?

    -robJAR
     
  22. SaunderS

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    Why are the names of everything reversed?
     
  23. robJAR

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    My apologies. I forgot to mention that I took a picture with my MacBook Pro, and it turned out to be reversed. I was just too lazy to reverse it to the right image.

    The grips had to be cut in a right way so the WILSON on the leather grips will show up right-side up. I'm a lefty so I reverse the grips. :)

    -robJAR
     
  24. Duzza

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    I know I'm cool:

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    all thanks to my good friends

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  25. ChuDat

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    very nice duzza. btw how much was the machine?
     
  26. supermario343

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  27. Kingv

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    Sq: 90
    Balance: 7pts Ass Light
    Stiffness: Maybe 64
    Swing Speed: Fast

    PD: good tennis cover :oops:
     
  28. ls206

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    lol!
    think you mean 7pts ass heavy
    kingv, whats the RA when out of the case?
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  29. Storm_Kyori

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    LMAO. ass heavy. Is that someones wife/gf? Just wondering, if it's a real pic or like a googled one and just got posted.
     
  30. supermario343

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    whose ever it is...its very nice ;) lol
     
  31. Kingv

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    Jajaja Out of the case will be like a nBlade (Ra 57) :lol:

    Picture On Topic :oops:

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    Prestige Pro
    Prestige Classic 600
    Prestige Tour 300

    Salutes
     
  32. Storm_Kyori

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    I've always wanted to hit with some of the classics, but sadly I didn't growup watching tennis, and it wasn't readily available to me till about freshman yr of HS. To SM: Yeah it is, nice and sturdy...the cover. :wink:
     
  33. k pro open magic wand

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    ok, i have seen way too many federer racquets and i know that 95% of the people using them are probably god awful. If your not unbelievably good you should not play with this racquet. There is a reason why no other pros use this racquet. mosty of the people using prestiges probably dont swing hard enough to use them either but w/e. Most of you need a stiffer racquet and some luxilon to hit the ball over with a little bite
     
  34. TheShaun

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    you gonna post a pic of your gear or are you just gonna be a jack@55?
     
  35. Kingv

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    Differents points of view K pro open ma... (uff is a long nick name jeje)
    Are you happy with your racquet? then it is enough. I and my long swim we are happy too :lol

    Salute
     
  36. Duzza

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    To be honest I don't know. Not mine, where I work and I use it on empty afternoons.
     
  37. ChuDat

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    I wish I worked where you worked.
     
  38. Duzza

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    Haha yeah it's a very happy place to be :D 8court tennis centre right near the beach ;)
     
  39. T-fighter

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    4 x TF T-fight 335
    Gripsize 3 +heatshrink sleeve
    Leather grip+ Wilson Pro Overgrip
    Full X-One Biphase at 27 kg
    Unstrung weight: 355g
    Strung weight: 375g
     
  40. robertg06

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  41. shell

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    Rob, is that your new 300?
     
  42. StJamm

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    I've posted this pic on several other threads but here are my racquets and some gear:

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    - 3 x Tecnifibre 335's
     
  43. plasma

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    can we get back to the ass pics,pls?, hers looks perfectly balanced and weighted, certainly increases my stiffness, how is the plough thru???
     
  44. SirBlend12

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    Oh my me...

    I should start posting here...
     
  45. Lendl and Federer Fan

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    ^that is armand's sister, people, she is still available. :oops:
     
  46. madmanfool

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    That looks very bottom heavy meaning very head light. I would love to have a hit with it some day.
     
  47. EndLy

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    that's kinda disgusting if he takes a picture of his sister's ass.. and kind of inappropriate to post a picture of his girlfriend's ass... whoever it is though.. it's nice regardless =)
     
  48. zapvor

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    omg lol that is a great pic.
     
  49. zoobears

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    Fat arms though.
     
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    epic.
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