Pro Staff 6.0 Midsize ( again )

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by grzybek, May 20, 2005.

  1. grzybek

    grzybek New User

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    Hi,

    I've asked about difference between pro staff 6.0
    made in St. Vincent, China, Taiwan ...
    in thread:
    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=51225

    I've bought racquet I had mentioned about it in this thread!

    There is no text inside throat, HTQ on buttcap,
    red primer underneath the black paint, no (R) copyright next to the "W"
    on the buttcap, only MIDSIZE text outside the throat ( no PWS, no
    tension information )

    Racquets from St. Vincent they didin't call PS 6.0
    only PS Midsize I guess ( I've read interview with
    man who prepared Sampras' racquets and he said :
    " Sampras played Wilson Pro Staff Midsize ..."

    Who know years when they produced this version ?
    And what are parameters of these racquets ?
    Stiffness, balance, swingweight, weight, beam width ??

    How many is worthy this racquet , 7-8 condition ( 1-10 ).
    People who sold me this racquet haven't known
    what is it the racquet. ( I bought it before finish auction :) )
    Price about 33$.

    Best Regards,
    grzybek
     
  2. Lakoste

    Lakoste Professional

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    Is it good if theres an (R) next to the W, or is it bad?
     
  3. drakulie

    drakulie Talk Tennis Guru

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    The (R) is the "copyright".

    If the racquet does not have the (R) next to the "W" logo it is an earlier version of the St. Vincent or the Chicago version. Usually these racquets are the models without the bumperguard, although you can find some of the St. Vincents with the (R), and the bumperguard.
     
  4. grzybek

    grzybek New User

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    Hi,

    Nobody knows PS 6.0 85 St. Vincent ver. parameters ? :(
    Stiffness, balance, swingweight, weight, beam width ??



    Regards,
    grzybek
     
  5. Weight is right around 12.5 ounces strung.
     

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