Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by Equijet, Mar 16, 2011.
Todd Martin's personal Hammer 6.2 paint job racket (Pics)
Hmmmm...now why is there a 6.1 in that last picture?
Great get BTW and thanks for posting.
what about the specs?
Awesome. After the first two pics, I had it pegged for an HPS 6.1 or PSC 6.1.
Yes, specs please.
Long time no see! Nice racquet, by the way! Good to have you back. I still think fondly to all the Fed frames you have.
Weight 370g, Balance 9pt HL, Grip size 4 7/8.
Rabbit, actually Martin's racket is a customized PSC 6.1 but in H6.2 paintjob.
The upper picture shows Martin's racket is overlaping the HPS 6.1 without any tolerance.
The lower picture is the comparision what shows the side profiles of Martin's racket and HPS 6.1.
(I didn't have a PSC 6.1 or H6.2 with me for photo shooting during this time, therefore I used a HPS6.1 as a substitution)
The genuine Hammer 6.2 is widebody and taper beam what Martin's racket is classic straight 22mm beam as HPS6.1.
Yes, unstrung / net weight 370g. It's really a hammer!
lol ya I shook his hand and spoke with him a bit at this years SAP. His hand felt like a huge vice grip! lol
Interesting... last year at the MPS Championships (in Ponte Vedra, FL) he played a doubles exhibition match with what I pegged as a K90. I guess it could have been a 95 sq in...
Yeah...I was being sarcastic
I am surprised Wilson have not got more players over the years endorsing the 5.2/hammer tour/ n tour/2/k tour and now the BLX tour. Seems easier enough to pull the PJ of and considering the line of rackets its often seen as a ladies frame I think it would make sense. I actually think those rackets are real solid and with the right weight added would be a quality stick!
Nice catch, thanks for sharing!
Is there any chance to write you an e-mail Equijet, I just wanna drop a question
Pretty sweet pics, thank you.
Hi Yonie, Have dropped you a email. Talk to you soon. Equijet
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