Racquets with a good mixture of spin,control and power?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Fed6.1, Jan 22, 2012.

  1. Fed6.1

    Fed6.1 New User

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    Hi I'm looking for a new racquet to replace my ig speed 18x20. I find I have very good control and reasonable power but I lack a lot of spin because of the string pattern. Can anyone suggest racquets with a good mixture of spin,control and power. I am interested in a racquet between 300 and 335 grams strung. Thanks fed6.1
     
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  2. Swingweight

    Swingweight New User

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    Racquets aren't the dominant variable in producing spin on the ball. Spin is generated by racquet angle and racquet head speed, and secondly by the openness of the string pattern and to a lesser extent the type of string you're hitting with. There's no racquet on the market that will suddenly make your balls leap off the court. Try the 16x19 IG speed and see how you go.
     
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  3. ricki

    ricki Professional

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    try thin poly strings first
     
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  4. Shaochieh

    Shaochieh Rookie

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    Yonex VCORE 95D. Give it a world, I think many people gave up on the stick mainly because of lack of feel. Fine a good hybrid with multi-main/poly and you will be in business. Control is better than my new PS 6.1 95 and more pop. 16x20 is good between 18x20 or 16x19.
     
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  5. Fed6.1

    Fed6.1 New User

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    I have used spin friendly polys but I got arm issues and have switched to a hybrid. Would a ig radical pro be a good fit?
     
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