What are the Top Ten Best Selling Tennis Racquets?

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  1. dreydey

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    hi everyone i was wondering if anyone knew what are the top 10 selling tennis racquets, like the best selling racquets, that would be fun to know,

    thanks everyone
     
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  2. Alexio92

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    Pro Staff
    POG
     
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  3. fortunecookiesjc

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  4. BreakPoint

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    O3/Speedport White
    Pure Drive/Aero PD
    nCode/K 6.1 95
    LM/FXP Radical
     
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  5. Nitro

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    I concur. I might add the Wilson n/kTour which is popular with a lot of younger players.
     
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  6. [d]ragon

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    i remember someone posted the best selling racquet some time ago
    i remember some of them:
    k6.1 tour 90
    k6.1 95
    k6.1 team
    pure drive

    thats all i can recall
     
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  7. [d]ragon

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  9. XhotXEX1290

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    POG
    Wilson Prostaff 6.0 Original
    Babolat Pure Drive
    Head Radicals/Prestiges
    Wilson n6.1s
    Prince O3 White
     
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  10. ichibanosaru

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    From what I gather, the best selling racquets over the years are:

    Wilson Kramer Autograph (wood)
    Donnay Borg Allwood (wood)
    Dunlop Maxply (wood)
    Prince Pro (metal)
    Prince Graphite (POG)
    Wilson Profile 2.7 and/or 3.6
    Wilson Prostaff 6.0
    Wilson Prostaff 6.1
    Babolat Pure Drive
    Dunlop Max 200G (old-school)

    I am sure there are many more I am forgetting at the moment... :confused:
     
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  11. Nellie

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    Currently, the pure drive is the best selling racquet in the world, according the Bab. rep., but Wilson sells the most racquets.

    I don't know where this came from, but I remember a couple of years ago, the the Head Ti-radical had been the best selling model of the last ten years, and shops were really unhappy with the constant model changes because sales really dropped.

    Obviously, historically, the best selling racquets sold for a long time - Prince graphite/Wilson Prostaff
     
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  12. tedescm

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    Pog ?

    When people say POG, do they mean the 107 oversize version or the 93 inch version?
     
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  13. deme08

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    normally would imply the mid. for the 107 you say POG OS. then theres also POG LB;)
     
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  14. Nuke

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    I'll bet whatever P.O.S. that Wal*Mart stocks is a big seller.
     
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  15. BreakPoint

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    Well, if you're speaking historically, you'd have to go with the Dunlop Maxply Fort and the Wilson Jack Kramer Autograph as the best selling racquets of all time.
     
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  16. tedescm

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    Thanks...

    Thanks...for the info!
     
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  17. dreydey

    dreydey Semi-Pro

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    How About POG i would think thats best selling and i was wondering why that racquet is still being sold this long
     
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  18. remarks

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    Best selling ever is the Head Ti.S6. It had essentially no competition for two years as a lightweight, powerful "everyman" frame.

    Second if the Dunlop Maxply - first racquet to succesfully use ply of wood strips rather than a single bent peice of ash. It was this racquet tham made tennis much more playable for the masses.

    Third is the Wilson 6.2 series.

    The prostaff is a great series, but not so many sold.
     
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  19. Conquistador

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    I would have thought that the Liquidmetal's OS would have sold more.
     
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  21. KuanMaster

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    a lot of people thinks the k6.1 team is federer's racquet xD
     
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  22. KuanMaster

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    a lot of people thinks the k6.1 team is federer's racquet xD and when i say it's not his racquet, they don't belive me :p
     
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    k blade 98
    babolat aeropro cortex
     
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