Video of McEnroe's Biomimetic Max 200G on Dunlop Facebook page

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by cgsd23, Aug 13, 2012.

  1. cgsd23

    cgsd23 New User

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  2. johnnymacfan

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    This is very cool...I wonder how much weight he adds to the handle? Looked at his racquet up close in NY earlier this year at his Academy and it's no PJ...
     
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  3. niktub

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    That is probably the same old same racquet under this new paintjob...
    Why would he use something else?Same mold 300g Hotmelt.

    He used the 2 paintjobs(same match) during his final in London last december.
     
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  4. Praetorian

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    Yup, I agree. New paintjob, same Dunlop Maxply.

    LOL... just being facetious. Then again, while it's plausible it's just it's the same racket under a paintjob, it is equally plausible that he did switch. Think about it, Maxply>Max 200G>Volkl>Dunlop???. Each one is distinctively different from the other. I think Mac can manage switching rackets.
     
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  5. niktub

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    Sure but i know from his customiser that he has been using the same racquet under different PJ...
    The specs of his Volkls(and previous ones) and his Dunlop(300g HM pro stock) are almost identical.
    He calls his racquet "my old max" and has even tried a customised APD after hitting with Rafa :)
     
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