TW can you recommend me a racquet?

Discussion in 'TW Questions/Comments' started by soggyramen, Nov 11, 2007.

  1. soggyramen

    soggyramen Professional

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    I've been using the Pure Storm Tour for a while now and find my self not being able to produce enough power to keep the ball deep consistently and i mishit pretty often cause i think the weight wears me out from having to swing so hard cause of the low power. i don't really like head racquets cause of the handle either. and i didn't like the MG extreme or the PDR

    i'd like a racquet with:
    players racquet weight
    more power
    headsize no bigger than 100 but no smaller than a 95
    great control
    open string pattern (would that effect me if i hit the ball reletively flat but can still use topspin.

    i'm a 4.0 player

    what do you think tw?
     
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  2. Jonny S&V

    Jonny S&V Hall of Fame

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    I forgot to suggest this in your previous thread, but:

    http://www.racquetfinder.com/search.htm
     
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  3. samster

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    Do you care about beam thickness?
     
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  4. soggyramen

    soggyramen Professional

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    kind of...i like thin beams...thick beams usually mess up my slice. why? whatever you would like to suggest go ahead by all means.
     
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  5. meowmix

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    You might want to try the Wilson n or k 6-1 95 16 by 18. It's got nice heft, a good deal of power, open string pattern. Only downside is that it's got a fairly thick beam...
     
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  6. Shashwat

    Shashwat Semi-Pro

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    Along with those, you might also want to try Yonex RDS 001 MP or RDS002 Light.
     
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