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Discussion in 'Racquets' started by MPSlol, May 18, 2011.

  1. MPSlol

    MPSlol New User

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    Im planning on ordering a Racquet to Tenniswarehouse and i would like to know if they do stringing? so i can receive my raquet already stringed (i could pay the stringing + the mailing i dont have problems with that).
     
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  2. Bubba

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    Yes. 10 char They will even do a hybrid for you.
     
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  3. eidolonshinobi

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    Yes they do. Choose the string option when you order your racquet. Also some racquets are already prestrung.
     
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  4. MPSlol

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    thanks for the answers guys (its my first time ordering a racquet by mailing service), actually the racquet Im going to order is the BLX six one tour and its an unstrung racquet, so i just wanted to clarify.

    but, does Tennis-warehouse also ask what string tension i want right? or Im i suppose to write it like an specification?

    and if you can...what string can you guys recommend me?,
    i always have gone for the natural gut, i like to hit hard, i need durability and sometimes i like to take a big spin out off the ball (i hope Im saying this right lol).
     
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  5. eidolonshinobi

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    yep you can choose your string and tension. Natty gut is a good choice but if you wanted a bit more durability, hybrid it with a poly. You're already getting Fed's racquet maybe try his set up :twisted:, with natural gut and luxilon on crosses.
     
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  6. MPSlol

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    i guess your right :), once i bought and used full Luxilon on a friends racquet and it did lastest a very long time, durability is all that and also it gave me nice spin on my topspin shots, besides like you said i already want Fed's racquet so why not follow his path using his string setup:twisted:lol, ok thanks a lot so i guess thats what Im gonna get pretty soon.

    just for fun, which pair of shoes is better talking nike: should i go for the ballistecs of rafa nadal or the lunars vapor of federer? (my last pair was lunarlite vapor tour)
    which one should i buy?(ps: i run fast and a lot) lol
     
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  7. Boricua

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    You'll have to contract a personal advisor on tennis stuff but dont ask me who I recommend, please. Youre pick.:)
     
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  8. MPSlol

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    thanks, i already decided, after 1 week of madness lol, i think ill go for the lunar vapor 8 just because I've always gone for lunar line of shoes Im really looking forward to it. :)
     
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  9. Boricua

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    Asics Resolution Gel is a nice shoe to try out in the future. Ive tried many brands and these stand out.:):)
     
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  10. eidolonshinobi

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    geez man...you might as well wear the bandana, the wrist bands, and polo shirts...

    Ballistics hands down if you want durability

    Lunars if you want some lightweight shoes for maneuverability
     
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  11. Boricua

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    Yeah, also use an europen accent when speaking english and plan on having girl twins with present or future wife.:)
     
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  12. tata

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    Tennis warehouse is very professional at what they do. They will never assume anything.
     
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