Prince vs. Babolat

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Matt_MS, May 6, 2007.

  1. Matt_MS

    Matt_MS Rookie

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    Right now I am, and have been using a Prince NXG Graphite OS. Today I hit with a friends Babolat (He said they didn't make it anymore, I can't remember exact name, looked like a pure drive, same pj).

    I am not sure whether I should pursue a Babolat desire or stick with the NXG. I have heard good things about the Babolat's, and have had decent results with the NXG, but I don't feel like I am getting the power I need.

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
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  2. dr_punk

    dr_punk Professional

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    Prince POG, end of story
     
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  3. Dangus

    Dangus Semi-Pro

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    If you want more power, Babolat sounds right for you.
     
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  4. rosenstar

    rosenstar Professional

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    I play with a babolat PDR. I love it. I think you shouldn't limit yourself to just a babolat or a prince, shop around and find something you really like, something you think you can play your best tennis with.
     
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  5. Matt_MS

    Matt_MS Rookie

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    I don't like any Wilson rackets, and I'm not a fan of any other brands.
     
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  6. Bottle Rocket

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    If you play better with a Babolat or any other racket compared with your current one, why hold yourself back?

    If you get better results with a PD, don't put yourself at a disadvantage with an older and slower racket. No need to be stubborn...

    I love my Babolat and I have no shame. ;)

    Get some demo's and see what you like... There are so many great rackets on the market right now, it isn't such a bad time to switch.
     
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