Spin Friendly Racquets?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by GorillaPeanuts, Jul 22, 2010.

  1. GorillaPeanuts

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    Hey, I'm just searching for a spin friendly raquet to suite my game, Currently playing with a Wilson K 6.1 95 Team, I'm a 4.0 level player.
     
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  2. GorillaPeanuts

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    Oh, and i'm also a 15years old, with a 1Handed Backhand and forehand, Righty.
     
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  3. djnemo

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    Any racquet with a 16x19 or 16x18 string pattern and preferably 98 sq inches or larger, with poly mains...
     
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  4. XFactorer

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    RDiS 200 or RQiS 1 Tour.
     
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  5. GorillaPeanuts

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    I've been looking at the Dunlop 4D 500 Tour Aerogel for awhile, had a hit with it, seems really great.
     
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  6. GorillaPeanuts

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    Oh and the Aeropro Cortex.
     
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  7. pe3brain

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    AeroStorm GT has AMAZING SPIN and the exo3 rebel has alot of spin
     
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  8. Alan_Hill

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    +1 .
     
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  9. GorillaPeanuts

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    Bump Bump Bump
     
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  10. carlos djackal

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    Prince TT warrior oversize if we'll consider the feedbacks and the review, i've used the aeropro drive and it is a great spin racket...
     
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  11. HiroProtagonist

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    Aero Pro without a doubt, best stability for a lighter larger head style racquet, also might want to try Wilson Pro Tour, and Head Youtek radical MP both are tighter string patterns that still offer tremendous spin potential without sacrificing control.
     
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  12. GorillaPeanuts

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    Thanks, i just ordered 2 Aeropro's :)
     
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  13. surfsb

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    Checking your sig, "2x Aeropro Drive Cortex W/ Black Code @ 52lbs Cross Red Code @ 58lbsl "

    Red Code is pretty stiff, especially at 58. What gauge and how do you like the setup?
     
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  14. GorillaPeanuts

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    Red Codes at 17 and Blacks are 16, i like mine setup really tight since i'm a heavy topspin player.
     
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  15. GorillaPeanuts

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    But i usually use Pro Hurricane Tours @ 56lbs Cross Babolat Revenge @ 54lbs
     
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  16. MurrayisBEAST

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    I would say either the Babolat pure storm or Babolat aero storm
     
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