Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by Equijet, Jul 31, 2012.
Where'd you get them?
well THIS is underwhelming...
there are hundreds of website for uploading pics dude
Sorry dude, the photos are uploaded successfully. Wish you enjoy.
Imo best pj of all time for the best stick ever made
Personally I preferred the K-Factor version, but everyone has their own preferences.
If he would have kept that PJ the slam count would be 23 by now, Us OPen 2006 was his last Slam as God
I own and play everyday with the k90 but this pj rules imo
he's stan wawrinka
this guys the real deal///check out his other threads
@Equijet: can you please post the specs of those rackets?
In detail the silver logo Wilson near the handle...
Beautiful! This racket reminds me the "god fed"
Roger Federer used the Ncode paint jobbed rackets with the Wilson logo in different colors indeed.
In those photo only no silver Wilson logo
I thought you could give me an answer on the difference between the colors black logo silver logo on the Wilson nCode 90
they are exactly the same racket, just an updated paintjob for the 2006 season. Just like this year, with the updated paintjob that says "ninety" instead of "Six.One 90"
Wow federer's racquet this year indeed says "ninety"! I didn't even notice that. Wonder why the change? They are dropping the 6.1 name maybe?
Well it's about time, the Pro Staff/Tour 90s was based on the 6.0 line.
According to the 2013 Wilson Catalog, they will now be call Prostaff 90, no more 6.1
6.1 will only be for the 95 and 95 team.
Federer only used the n90 with the silver square "w" on the throat towards the end of 2006 as far as I'm aware. For 2004, 2005 and most of 2006 he used the n90 with the black square "w" on the throat.
Yes indeed, in fact they should never have called it the 6.1 at all in my opinion, a ridiculous thing to do, and very confusing. I've never heard a good explanation as why they were ever called 6.1, as you say the PS Tour90 style of racket was always based on the 6.0 style.
Especially when the 90 had nothing to do with the 22mm 95 round beamed 6.1 classic.
So different that Wilson decided the true 6.1 lineage should have their own line.
I've noticed a few differences between fed's prostaff blx 90. (current frame). There are a lot differences with the pj.
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