TT and POG

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  1. timmyboy

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    wtf do these mean?
     
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  2. voltman

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    do you mean "what"?
     
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  3. my-add

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    If you asked nicely maybe somebody would tell you. Its not going to be me!
     
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  4. timmyboy

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    junkie....
     
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    TT.

    Triple Threat (Triple Braid)

    A weighting system that promotes balance and stability with Triple Braid - woven titanium, copper and carbon that's placed in three critical racquet locations: 10 o'clock, 2 o'clock and in the bottom of the handle. Benefits include an expanded sweet spot with less shock to the arm.

    POG.

    Prince Original Graphite.
    The racquet that Michael Chang used through most of his career.
    Has a distinctive stablizer bar in throat area.
    Great racquet to generate tremendous amounts of spin.
    Best from baseline and counterpunching style of play.
    Considered a classic.


    Read this page for more information on racquets. http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/technologies.html
     
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  6. timmyboy

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    thank you for telling me this.
     
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