Prince Ozone Tour used on Tour

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by Conquistador, Aug 1, 2009.

  1. Conquistador

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    Im talking about the non-Pro Tour version....I have heard Ferrero and a bunch of other guys use it. The common trend seems to be a sub 12 ounce frame now-a-days. Anyone have a list of professionals that use it? Not the PRO TOUR--the TOUR..
     
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  2. kashgotmoney

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    davydenko used. i used it for a year about. i hate that racket. thats why im selling them.
     
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  3. mdjenders

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    ferrero
    troicki
    montanes
    vassallo arguello
    granollers.

    lots of clay court players, ferrero for one uses a 28" extended version. without a doubt, the layups of some of these differ quite a bit from stock.
     
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  4. Mdubb23

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    That's not exactly going to help your sale.
     
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  5. Conquistador

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    Why is the racquet soo popular among the clay specialists. They also use the racquet on hard courts and on the grass. Ferrero had success at this years wimbledon.
     
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  6. deltox

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    i also used the heavy stiff frame for about a year, now i use the lighter aero pro cortex by babolat.

    the oblong head shape made for alot of bad shots for me.
     
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  7. gsharma

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    I'm actually demoing this racquet right now. I like it for the most part, soft, great slice, lots of spin, solid. I don't like it that much for serves but that probably requires getting used to it. What I don't like about it is that the ball sometimes sails on me if I don't get it in the sweet spot. The volleys are a little iffy too but on the groundstrokes, if you step into your shot, this racquet feels great.
     
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