Racquet suggestions please..

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Aoya, Jun 4, 2004.

  1. Aoya

    Aoya Rookie

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    I'm a hard-court player seeking to switch racquets. I have this program that lets me rent any racquet for a week (and return it for another one without a fine if need be), and I stumbled on the Liquidmetal Prestige which I found to be very nice. I tried the LM Radical but didn't like it as much...

    I'm an all-court player with heavy emphasis on serve and volleys, could anyone give me a suggestion on another racquet? (if not, I'm just going to nab the LM Prestige..unless you can sway me from that too ;p)
     
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  2. tennisfan21

    tennisfan21 New User

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    Prine Warrior

    I'd also ren the Prince TT Warrior, its incredible at the net!!

    Also, how did you get in this program, i'd love to be on a program like that!!
     
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  3. Nosoupforyou

    Nosoupforyou Rookie

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    If you are a big serve and volleyer then you probably would like a head light racquet- you can try the new wilson nsix-one tour 90 or 95 when they come out or the prostaff tour 90 or 95
     
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  4. The YoYo Freak

    The YoYo Freak New User

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    Yeah, I'm intrigued by this program you speak of. Either way, I have used a Prince AirLaunch OS for a few weeks last tennis season for high school, I have to say I was impressed with it. A little unwieldy at the net, because it's head heavy, but it works well for basically everything else I did.

    Jared
     
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  5. Aoya

    Aoya Rookie

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    The program is from a local tennis shop, not online, sorry XD.

    I've tried the Prince TT before, however I find it a bit unwieldy at the baseline, and I often find myself holding back on my shots with it.

    I'll look into the Pro Staffs, as I've heard nothing but praise for them.
     
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  6. Stitch626

    Stitch626 Rookie

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    The Estusa's are great. I've only used the PBB and it is an awesome racket. Really low swingweight but still stable and you can always at some lead. I've heard a lot of great things about the PB and PBP too. If you can't find these at your local shop... then demo them off of TW ^_^
     
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  7. Flatspin

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    Try the i Prestige mid! Great all court racquet!
     
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