Racquet Selection Help...

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by TechnoJock, Nov 9, 2006.

  1. TechnoJock

    TechnoJock New User

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    I have been using a Wilson nCode 6.1 95" and Babolat Pure Drive Std. 100" and really found the Wilson without enough power and the Babolat too much power.

    Looking for something in between. Have always liked Yonex and have demoed the RDS001, RDS003 and RDX500 - I seem to like the latter two.

    However, since I play with a 5/8 grip and the demos are either 1/2 or 3/8 and really not the same feel as the larger grip.

    Just wondering what other racquet gems are out there that have power, but not too much power??
     
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  3. movdqa

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    You could add a llittle lead tape to the Wilson to fine tune the power.

    I use the Revelation Dunlop Tour Pro and it is a major league low-power
    racquet. But you can get as much power as you want out of it by adding
    lead tape to the head. There is some cost in feel though.
     
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  4. DRtenniS1112

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    The Head Radicals, flexpoint, liquidmetal, i, wutever they are, may be a good choice for you.
     
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