Slazenger Tennis Racket Line

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  1. vsbabolat

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  2. Bartelby

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    Power models look like re-badged 500 tours. Interesting range given the different weights from the dunlops.
     
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  3. Timbo's hopeless slice

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    i wonder what the materials are? See that green 27" junior one, the "EXCEL 95", that looks sort of like a tree frog green version of a biomimetic pj?

    ewww
     
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    That sure is a funny looking picture of Murray.
     
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    sarcasm tag? can't tell if you are serious or not.
     
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    Doesn't Dunlop own Slazenger? Most look like variations of the Aerogel pj (from the x-pro to the force)...I must admit I like the specs on the X-Pros...
     
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    The Union Jack at the base of the throat is a tad cheesy and before any other fellow Brits start - I'm English and am allowed to say!
     
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    so they are making a comeback?!
     
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  10. Bartelby

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    dunlop = tennis stores; slaz = sports stores?
     
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    Double Post
     
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  12. asiank90

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    It's Henman !
     
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    Does anyone know where to get these in North America?
     
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    Back in the old days, it was the opposite for rackets. Yes, Sears sold the box of four pressure-less balls but rackets were pretty exclusive. We carried the Slazenger Professional wood racket that was supposed to be limited to 'courtside pro shops'.(shop owner was USPTA Pro)
     
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