Ti S6

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by stc9357, Apr 30, 2005.

  1. stc9357

    stc9357 Semi-Pro

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    I just wanted to know how the Ti S6 hit if anybody has one because im thinking about buying one?
     
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  2. TennisMazta

    TennisMazta New User

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    Generates a lot of power, good access to topspin, decent at net. Large Sweetspot.
    However, against harder hitters, it is too light and unstable, and control is lacking so it's just a bit harder to go for the lines/risk shots.
    All in all, a decent racket, but if you want more precise shots you'd best be looking elsewhere.
     
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  3. ffrpg

    ffrpg Professional

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    I would advise against it. This racquet is designed for people who can't generate their own power. As mentioned above, this racquet is very unstable against big hitters.
     
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  4. highsierra

    highsierra Rookie

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    stc9357, this is the wrong place to ask the question. Most of the vocal folks here are heavily biased towards the "player's racquets", that is, heavier, smaller, less powerful, and more expensive racquets, the opposite of Ti S6 (assume you understand well Head's swing ratings).

    What made you think of buying Ti S6? What racquest are you using now? What level you think you play at? etc. Such information would help people here give you more relevant suggestions rather than their own preferences.
     
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  5. TennisMazta

    TennisMazta New User

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    Like highsierra said, it depends on what you are looking for in a racket.
     
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  6. pchoi04

    pchoi04 Professional

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    I think if your a beginnier its an alright racquet. But if your getting private instructions or doing lessons or any sort you might grow out of it kind of quick. I think there like $60 at big5.
     
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