Racquet you are currently using (brand)

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by iksmols, Jul 17, 2009.

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Which racquet brand you are currently using

  1. Babolat

    11.2%
  2. Dunlop

    12.7%
  3. Fischer

    3.5%
  4. Head

    21.6%
  5. Prince

    9.3%
  6. Tecnifibre

    4.2%
  7. Volkl

    8.9%
  8. Wilson

    17.0%
  9. Yonex

    5.8%
  10. Pro Kennex

    5.8%
  1. iksmols

    iksmols Semi-Pro

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    Just out of curiosity : which racquet brand are you currently using?
     
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  2. ryangoring

    ryangoring Professional

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    been a Wilson user all my days of playing tennis, about 23yrs of my life
     
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  3. DownTheLine

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    I use babolat, but I think head will take this...
     
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  4. some6uy008

    some6uy008 Semi-Pro

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    I'm betting on Wilson
     
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  5. tribunal4555

    tribunal4555 Semi-Pro

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    Where's Bancroft?!!?

    Ehh, the racquet brand I use that's actually on there is Head.
     
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  6. Mr. Blond

    Mr. Blond Professional

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    What about Vantage....they have a loyal following on the boards.....including me.
     
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  7. whereisz

    whereisz Rookie

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    pog user for a long time... i'm now lazy and moved to pure drive gt.
     
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  8. CHOcobo

    CHOcobo Professional

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    i think ill be a dunlop user for a long time. could of been yonex but too pricey for. dunlop makes quality rackets, plays awesome for a lightweight.
     
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  9. 1st Seed

    1st Seed Semi-Pro

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    Wilson for life,Tried other sticks none can do for me what my Wilson's can.31 years and still swingin one.Be interesting to see the end of this thread.Close between the Heads and Wilson's babo will finish third with dunlop 4th.
     
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  10. federer_15

    federer_15 Rookie

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    Head all the way!!!
     
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  11. dadozen

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    Nice pool! I'm currently a Dunlop user. I started playing with a Dunlop junior racquet, then Yonex, Yonex again, Wilson, Dunlop, Babolat, Babolat again and Dunlop once again.

    I guess I'm staying with Dunlop for a very long time.
     
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  12. vbranis

    vbranis Professional

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    Tecnifibre FTW!

    I used to like Wilsons, but lately their quality control downright SUCKS!
     
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  13. imalil2gangsta4u

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    Wilson since i started playing
     
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  14. iksmols

    iksmols Semi-Pro

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    So far I am surprised with Tecnifibre`s popularity and it`s lack of for the Prince .
     
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  15. Team_Volkl

    Team_Volkl New User

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    <----- Finally my username comes in handy!
     
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  16. Infl8edEg0

    Infl8edEg0 Professional

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    I regularly change from Wilson and Babolat...but I'll go with Wilson.
     
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  17. norbac

    norbac Legend

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    Head. "You're free! You're free!"
     
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  18. BounceHitBounceHit

    BounceHitBounceHit Legend

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    Wilson K90. Still fiddling with tension and balance on my KPS 88's. BHBH
     
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  19. markwillplay

    markwillplay Professional

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    yonex.....
     
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  20. 3lowdown

    3lowdown Rookie

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    I dont think prince really sells many rackets to the men. There rackets are all over the wta, and no where to be seen on the atp.
     
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  21. goosala

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    I a currently using the Dunlop Aerogel 100 and loving it. It has awesome feel, flex, and does everything well. Adding weight up to 12.1 ounces really helps the stability and solid feel.
     
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  22. vndesu

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    wilson k90 ftw.
     
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  23. ChuDat

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    Microgel Prestige mp and the pro
     
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  24. Lefty78

    Lefty78 Professional

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    Volkl C 10 Pro :twisted:
     
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  25. carlos djackal

    carlos djackal Professional

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    previously Volkl just recently change to Wilson......
     
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  26. quest01

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    I use Babolat(APDC to be exact) but I also like other brands like Wilson and Head. I'm not one of those people who like one brand and hate the other ones.
     
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  27. DunlopDood

    DunlopDood Semi-Pro

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    Dunlop, awesome frames at even more awesome prices, AG 300 tour.
     
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  28. mozzer

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    And where is Vantage?1/!?!
     
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  29. wilfreb

    wilfreb Semi-Pro

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    Yonex 4ever
     
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  30. kadishack

    kadishack New User

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    Head, Liquidmetal Instinct Tour XL.
     
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  31. canadave

    canadave Professional

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    Need a Gamma option too.... ;)
     
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  32. Humphrey

    Humphrey New User

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    Head microgel extreme 2007
     
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  33. tlimster

    tlimster Rookie

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    Babolat Pure Storm Tour. About to change to Dunlop Aerogel 200.
     
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  34. mctennis

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    I've switched to Volkl about 15 years ago.
     
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  35. MethodTennis

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    fischer probably sells less than vantage to people on this board
     
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  36. Lex

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    Head all the way. The last 3 series of racquets have been Head for me (Radical Trisys 260, Ti Radical and now the Head YouTek Speed Elite).


    I've played Yonex, Yamaha, Kneissel, Prince, Head, etc. I always come back to the Head racquets!!!
     
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  37. THESEXPISTOL

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    Wilson K-Six One 95 18x20

    Currently struggling with soreness.
     
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  38. furyoku_tennis

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    can't beat the quality of a volkl.
     
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  39. NotSoSuper

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    Prince.. REPRESENT!
     
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  40. phoenicks

    phoenicks Professional

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    HEAD rules 4ever, Cap Grommet is the best thing HEAD ever ever invented, it makes the Prestige looks so sexy and distinctive
     
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  41. PimpMyGame

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    Dunlop for me, which seems to be very well presented at time of posting (27 votes, 14%). What's really surprising is Head with more votes than Wilson (42 vs 35).
     
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  42. Dgpsx7

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    I put Volkl because I have spent the most time using them and I still use one now but I switch between a KPS88 and a Volkl Tour10 VE MP.
     
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  43. red7flag

    red7flag Rookie

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    When I started playing again, I started with a Head LM4. I have just found that Head racquets are a comfortable fit with my playing style. I am currently going through a switch from MG Rad Pro to YT Rad Pro. I am pleased with both.
    Tony
     
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  44. DavidGarcia

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    Dunlop.

    I am amazed that at the time posting Dunlop is the 3th most used racket over Prince, Babolat and some others.
     
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  45. Wilson most used racket on the mens tour
     
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  46. Barry767

    Barry767 Guest

    I always used Head, just recovering from shoulder surgery going to give Pro Kennex a try.
     
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  47. ipitythefool

    ipitythefool Semi-Pro

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    why did you give up on the graphite comps?? :)
     
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  48. Tennis_dude ^_^

    Tennis_dude ^_^ Semi-Pro

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    You jerk you dont have the best brand lol
    boris becker fo sho
    i love the delta core legend
    modified yes but its still awesome
     
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  49. jimwh

    jimwh Rookie

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    Prince Hybrid Tours
     
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  50. iksmols

    iksmols Semi-Pro

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    I could not generate enough service power with it . I still have 2 of them if you are interested.
     
    Last edited: Jul 23, 2009
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