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  1. sosa09

    sosa09 Semi-Pro

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    i have just put the tourna grip unique and its feel very comfortable , is better tahn wilson pro overgrip . i am sure o this
     
  2. Slazenger07

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    my shoes

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    my stick
     
  3. dantheman

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    my tennis gear :D
     
  4. dantheman

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  5. yonexxx

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    these pictures should be in a magazine lol.
     
  6. dmcb101

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    yeah ive used those actually and i do agree. The only reason i dont get them is becuase i get free ones from my coach. but if i could choose i might choose those
     
  7. takano_tezuka

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  8. dadozen

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    Was this racquet really from Feña? IF so, that's awesome! Please post its specs!
     
  9. eman resu

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    yeah, bad quality photo, but here they are...

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    Dunlop Tactical Control (specs anyone?)
    Wilson ProStaff 6.1 classic si
    Prince Ozone Tour MP
     
  10. eman resu

    eman resu Semi-Pro

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    didn't work...
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  11. eman resu

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    sorry, first time uploading images...
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  12. tennisguyak

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  13. Cup8489

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    how much did all THAT cost you? is that just regular painter's tape they seal the poly bag with?
     
  14. Kick Serve 14

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    dude, NICE! are those the speed pro's i see? i demoed those a couple months ago, i loved 'em, but didn't want to shell out the money for 'em, and my parents wouldn't pay either...
     
  15. Kick Serve 14

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    also, tennisguyak, is that lead in the throat, and on top of the grip on one racket? what are the benefits of lead on the throat, does it just bring down the balance point incrimentally?
     
  16. star 5 15

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    I don't know if your trying to sell that off as it would be fernandos frame but It is most certainly not. his frames have a flared buttcap.
     
  17. Kick Serve 14

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    he has a point there, so how did you get the Gonzalez F. printed on the throat then?
     
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  18. star 5 15

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    it's probably not to hard to do and for one thing is off center and a little sideways.
     
  19. star 5 15

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    it is pretty much just generic painters tape I think
     
  20. Kick Serve 14

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    good point, i imagine that if it was his stick and the name was printed there, the whole thing would be centered, not just the last name
     
  21. star 5 15

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    there would also be lead at 3 and 9. Just like whats on my racquets and I do mean just like it because I had the same company do my racquets that does his. If you look on youtube theres a video of nate ferguson talking about a lot of his clients frames in IW, Ca a couple years back and he point out how fernandos handle is a custom mold with a flare on the buttcap.
     
  22. Cup8489

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    do they label it with any information? and I am really curious how much you shelled out for those babies :)
     
  23. takano_tezuka

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    nope.. that is not gonzo's stick.. its juz my stick. trying out locations to label names on the new PJ on the GTs Labeling on throat seems inappropriate as they kinda jammed up the place with "GT TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERED IN FRANCE" any suggestions?
     
  24. tennisguyak

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    Yeah those are speed pros. I was lucky enough to find them for a great price, $210 shipped for both in the for sale classifieds here on TT.

    Yeah, I felt like the radicals weren't quite as stable as I wanted them, so I put lead on the handle and inside the throat. I'm not sure if you could say it made the racket more head light, but it did make it more tail heavy, and it made them a little more solid at impact. But I ended up really liking the SP's because of how solid they feel, plus the wider head with an open string pattern helps me get more spin than I did w/ the radicals.
     
  25. ckledzepplin

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    My current stuff
     
  26. star 5 15

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    There's nothing on the tape. It's really none of your buisness how much I spent on them. I didn't answer you in the first post for a reason.
     
  27. Seth

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    A man's finances are nobody's business but his own.

    Just like Michael Scott says: "I don't talk to my girlfriend about money. It is rude and unsexual."
     
  28. Cup8489

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    no need to get hostile, it was just a question.
     
  29. hydavid

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    Head Ti.Radical.

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  30. skyzoo

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    Is it yours?
     
  31. Kick Serve 14

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    so how does the Ti. Radical play in comparison the the LiquidMetal, FlexPoint, MicroGel, and YouTek radicals?
     
  32. jazzyfunkybluesy

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    He is probably chapped because he got beat on the price.:twisted:
     
  33. Kick Serve 14

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    hahaha very funny... not.
     
  34. Kick Serve 14

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    what does that say? is it some kind of a pure sontrol?
     
  35. Cup8489

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    i honestly didn't think that asking was a big deal. i Envy him for having such great sticks, and being able to get them fully customized. Essentially, I was thinking he would like a chance to brag, as i would fully enjoy hearing him brag... but not to be.
     
  36. Kick Serve 14

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    he said that he was sponsored and in an earlier page, i believe he mentioned that it was 100 per racket, and 60 per customization, multiply that by 8 to get your answer (if the prices are right) if not feel free to correct me star5 15
     
  37. eman resu

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    It is a Dunlop Tactical Series Control. My first racquet, bought in 1996 or 97. It's light, 16x18 and even balanced. Can't tell what the exact specs are, as it seems to be out of the internet.. :confused:
    if you click on the image you can see it closer. There is also a thread on the classic racquets on this one, "looking for specs".
     
  38. Motherwasp

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    New additions, 2 Head Pro Tour 630 with i.radical PJ

    I just acquired these 2 PT57A's with i.radical PJ, quite rare i think. They've got some silicone in the handle, one had lead tape under the CAP and i've taken that out, going to try and get them the same spec as my i.prestige MP's. Enjoy

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  39. Kick Serve 14

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    those are sweet
     
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  41. downs_chris

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    agreed...those are very nice!
     
  42. Kick Serve 14

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    are you sponsored? or do you just have too much money on your hands hehehe...
     
  43. Motherwasp

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    Nah i'm not sponsored, i got them off a friend who knows a guy was was ranked high in juniors and used to use them. They were cheaper than a couple of Microgel Prestiges!
     
  44. Kick Serve 14

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    really? then you have some sweet connections then :twisted:
     
  45. Cup8489

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    enjoy those, great find!
     
  46. paulorenzo

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    the most beautiful racquets head has ever made.
     
  47. tennispro19

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    its is redcode mains with k gut pro crosses. ive NEVER like my hybrids this way, always had soft string in the mains with the poly in the crosses but tried this and loved it. k gut pro is an amazing string
     
  48. LanEvo

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  49. Mr.Brightside

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    true.

    are you selling the CC geniuses also? what size are they?
     
  50. Pink_Shirt

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    DUDE RAMEN! Well played good sir, also some nice rackets.
     

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