Racquet advice - PLEASE HELP

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by oliver8, Apr 10, 2007.

  1. oliver8

    oliver8 New User

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    I am looking for my first adult size racquet and am wondering what to get. I play in regular tournaments and want a racket in the 300-315 grams mark has a lot of control and feel. thank you.
     
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  2. TennisKevin

    TennisKevin New User

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    what is your playing style? do you want a regular or extended length racquet? how many sq. in. do you want the head size to be? tell everyone more about your game and preferences and they'll be able to get a better idea of what to recommend you.
     
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  3. oliver8

    oliver8 New User

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    I love to come into the net so i need a lot control on my volleys. i was thinking about the Dunlop Aerogel 300 or the M-fil 300. Any feedback on those 2 would be great. thanks
     
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  4. Nick b

    Nick b Rookie

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    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO don't get those u will hit every ball into space get a (k) six one team or a bit heavier the 95 should suit an all round player
     
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  5. [K]aotic

    [K]aotic Semi-Pro

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    k95 or a k90. they both have excellent control and are monsters at the net.
     
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  6. Nick b

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    kaotic don't suggest a k90 he is just wanting to buy his first ADULT SIZE racquet he's not a pro!!
     
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  7. biggsy

    biggsy Rookie

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    lol!...K90!...Rediculous!!!!
     
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  8. oliver8

    oliver8 New User

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    i think the k90 and 95 will be a bit advanced for me. i have just been looking up the ksixone team and it sounds good.
     
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  9. nickb

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    The dunlop mfil 300 should be just fine for your first adult racket, they have great control and feel and are a racket you can grow with (e.g. add lead tape as you get older or want a heavier racket). They are great rackets and at the moment are at a unbeatable price. Make sure you demo before you buy!
     
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  10. fgs

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    next to the k6.1 team there would also be the ntour 95 to mention, that is selling at a discounted price currently. a really good piece of equipment for 90usd. i suppose the mfil300 is o.k. too - i just have never had the chance to hit with one.
     
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