Prince TT Diva

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  1. tennisnj

    tennisnj Professional

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    I was in a New Jersey Sports Authority in early November & came across a racquet called the Prince TT Diva. It was purplish in color & advertised as a racquet for women. After searching on the internet for any information regarding it, I emailed Prince tennis & they told me it was a European release only racquet. I know what I saw & it definately was a TT Diva. Can anyone shed some light on this racquet?

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  2. devilish_duke

    devilish_duke Semi-Pro

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    Was it the Sports Authority on Rt 1? I saw the same thing a week ago. Don't know anything else about it tho, thought it wuz too fruity to ask about.
     
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  3. tennisnj

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    Actually it was the one on 3 in Clifton. I was totally in the same boat. I don't trust anyone that works there to give me any information on anything athletically related. I'm not surprised Prince told me something different either.
     
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  4. raftermania

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    Well I wouldn't buy the TT Diva for obvious reasons. But I'd jump on the TTT, the Prince Triple Threat Testosterone (with Tungsten).
     
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  5. Gaines Hillix

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    Prince sells a lot of what are called SMUs(special makeup units) to the big box stores. This may be one of them. The Prince Force 3 is another line of them.
     
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  6. tennisnj

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    I don't doubt this is a SMU, but why would Prince deny any acknowledgement of its release in this country? I mean what are they hiding? Its not like anyone is going to steal this technology or copy it.
     
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  7. Craig Sheppard

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    TT Diva == Jan Michael Gambill signature racquet?
     
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