Prince O3 tour midsize and these

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  1. mhstennis100

    mhstennis100 Semi-Pro

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    I have a Prince O3 tour midsize and some friends that play at my level are looking for rackets. They have borrowed some of my O3's and like them but want to try some other rackets that are similar to it. I researched this for them and asked some other people that I live near about it.

    How do the Yonex RDS 001 midplus, the Yonex RDX 500 midplus, the nCode 6.1 95, the Head Liquidmetal Radical midplus, the Head Flexpoint Radical midplus and the Head flexpoint Radical Tour compare to the Prince O3 tour midsize? I know this is a long list so if you just have information on 1 thats great. Also, I'm not completely sure if these play similar to my Prince, or if they are even remotely similar, so all input is valuable. Thank you.
     
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  2. TeNNiS_SPieLeR

    TeNNiS_SPieLeR New User

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    Dunlop might not be exactly what you looking for, but after adding some lead to 6,9, and butt-cap, it works great.
    Dunlop M-Fil 200 2006
    Great price too:)
     
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  3. mhstennis100

    mhstennis100 Semi-Pro

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    Thanks for the input. My coach uses a regular m-fil 200. It has a great price but I was trying to remember what rackets I had seen and that one slipped my mind. I'll be recomending that one too.
     
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  4. counterpuncher

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    Haven't hit with it myself but I would imagine the Fischer M-Speed Pro One (from the specs and feedback)would play similarly and seems to have had many rave reviews.
     
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  5. mhstennis100

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    I have a fever, and the only cure is...more comparisons.
     
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  6. mhstennis100

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    Please compare. Please compare. Please compare. Please compare. Please compare. Please compare.
     
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  7. Duzza

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    Please demo. Please demo. Please demo. Please demo. Please demo. Please demo. Please demo. Please demo. Please demo. Please demo. Please demo.
     
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  8. Richie Rich

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    you may want to add the Tecnifibre 320 16x20 to your demo list. it's around the same weight as the yonex rds 001 MP but feels a little more solid, IMO.
     
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  9. mhstennis100

    mhstennis100 Semi-Pro

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    Hey duzza, maybe I don't want to pay $18 dollars to demo a racket from here. Thanks Richie.
     
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  10. tennis939

    tennis939 Rookie

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    uh lets see

    im just gonna summarize it extremly simply

    head fxp radical compared to prince 03

    control:head
    power: prince
    feel:i perpher head..since i don;t like the mushy feel of 03
    serve: head
    spin: prince
    volley: i like them both
    kick serve: prince
    manuable: head
    slice: i hate slicing
    stablity: they are both very stable..head surpirsed me the most since it's light



    well dats all for now... sry i had like 5 min doing this
     
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