Ps 6.0 85

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  1. Insane90DegreeSpin

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    I was wondering how many will TW have in stock when they get them.

    I want to buy one! How long will it be in production?
     
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  2. Galactus

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    Based on their sales of this racquet, TW have stated they'll have enough stock in for the remainder of the year...
     
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  3. Insane90DegreeSpin

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    Sweet! Should I buy 3-4 at a time and use Fedex or buy 1 and some accessories 3-4 times with USPS? I have no clue what Fedex charges except for the $30 minimum thing.

    Any suggestions?
     
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  4. Galactus

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    If you never played with one before - just buy one and see how you go with it: you won't start bnging aces or volleying 100% at the net straight away unless you're a 4.5-5.0 player.
    Try the one and see how you go - what level of player are you?

    I have just one and switch between that and my ProStaff Tour90...
     
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  5. Insane90DegreeSpin

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    I'm using the nCode Tour 90 and I have 6 months of court xp. I've been strengthening for 6 months during winter. I also have the H6 but I always lend it to others.

    In terms of technique, I already surpassed public court players with 5+yrs of xp. Now all I need is stamina and footwork because that's my main weakness.

    I have to find the money to join private clubs with 5.0+ players because public court players with 20+yrs of xp never seen techniques like mine and I learn much faster when I play stronger people.

    My world is kinda reversed. I started learning slicing on both sides, I prefered hitting on my backhand, I'm trained to have strong analystic and tactical skills, and I play better when I have a handicap.

    What d'y'all think? I'm trying to power up my twist serve.
     
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  6. ffrpg

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    :rolleyes:
     
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  7. Richie Rich

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    sounds like you are ready to be a pro and can master the 6.0 85
     
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  8. Insane90DegreeSpin

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    I'll turn pro when I can run 100 meters in under 10 seconds and run a 3 hour marathon every 2 days.

    Otherwise forget about it! lol

    I'd like to play against Federer :)

    Are there machines that serve like Roddick? Or should I build my own?
     
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  9. Galactus

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    Nah - keep the nCode Tour 90...
     
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  10. Insane90DegreeSpin

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    What's their difference?
     
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  11. Galactus

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    Tour90 will help you when you play against the 'big-banger servers'...
     
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  12. Insane90DegreeSpin

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    And if it's for training only? Wouldn't it improve getting the ball in the sweet spot?
     
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