Sweet Baby Molassy Rossignol F335

Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by jorel, Feb 2, 2009.

  1. jorel

    jorel Hall of Fame

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    Here was a previous post from about 2 weeks ago…
    “had a chance to hit it\\

    It’s a nice hit… nice and flexible.. off center hits were a bit torquey but ones hit in the sweetspot were… well… sweeet. Nice buttery and flexy with nice feel,..kind of reminds me of the feel of a wood racquet but with a bigger head size.When I tried to drive my one handed backhand… I felt the tweek in my elbow( I have tennis elbow rite now) but when I sliced the backhand.. it felt realty comfortable…\The forehand was a dream… actually so was the backhand slice….Might have to start checking out more of this Rossignol magic.”

    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=239125&highlight=f335

    Well… I tried it out again today with two layers of headguard tape all around the head of the racquet Kinda like a modified CAP grommet system and the racquet is as sweet, soft, juicy, good as a warm homemade apple pie on a cool summer day…. Sweet feel stability…
    Best $10 I ever spent
     
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  2. plasma

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    european racquets from the classic era are something else...could we see pics pls...I find heavy flexy monsters great for timing and counterpunching, they let you know when you are trying to hit too hard or rely on arm motion as opposed to early preparation...
     
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  3. jorel

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    didnt know it was a european racquet... interesting.. for a pic of the racquet check out tenismennace (sp?)

    just correct the spelling of it when you google.
     
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  4. L4RZ

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    Im glad to hear that you liked the modifications :).

    Cant wait to modify my "new" HEAD AMF Slice :)
     
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