what brand do you use?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by LickyMYwalker, May 21, 2005.

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What brand do you use?

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  2. Wilson

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  3. Yonex

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  4. Babolat

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  5. Prince

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  1. LickyMYwalker

    LickyMYwalker New User

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    i just was wondering what kinda brand people use here. i see a lot of yonex users, wilson, bab, volkl, etc. Just wondering what brand you guys use.
     
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  2. Lakoste

    Lakoste Professional

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    Wilson all the WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  3. snaze

    snaze New User

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    i use both a babolat and a prince
     
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  4. D. Nalbandian

    D. Nalbandian Rookie

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    RDX 500 MID rulez
     
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  5. TommyGun

    TommyGun Semi-Pro

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    Vantage Vantage Vantage
     
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  6. Jonnyf

    Jonnyf Legend

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    Babolat PD+
     
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  7. safin_protege

    safin_protege Semi-Pro

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    Head, I've always used them and never have found better.
     
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  8. Grimjack

    Grimjack Banned

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    Currently Head, but I'm anticipating a switch in the near future. Fischer, PK, and Prince are the main contenders right now. But we'll see.
     
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  9. aj_m2009

    aj_m2009 Professional

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    Wilson(as you can tell by my sig)
     
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  10. acedu

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    head !!!!!!!
     
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  11. TennsDog

    TennsDog Hall of Fame

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    I use Wilson, but it was a close call between nCode, Tour 10 VE, and NXG.
     
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  12. kying1031

    kying1031 New User

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    Tour Diablo Mid here.
     
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  13. billyboybeacon

    billyboybeacon Rookie

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    Slazenger Pro X-1..sweet stick
     
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  14. Match Point

    Match Point Rookie

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    My bat is juiced!:p
     
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  15. Cobra Tennis

    Cobra Tennis Professional

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    Fischer Pro # 1.
     
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  16. ffrpg

    ffrpg Professional

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    Wilson and Head
     
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  17. MARK ANDERS

    MARK ANDERS Rookie

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    I just got my paws on the new Luxilon prototype stick, the XR550 7.0 Extreme. One word....SWEET! Feels awesome with my Monotec Supersense.
     
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  18. eLterrible

    eLterrible Rookie

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    Fischer pro #1 and Dunlop 300g, cant believe you dont have those brands up there!
     
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  19. federrero

    federrero New User

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    Wilson and Yonex
     
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  20. Flatspin

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    Head .... I like their frames. The i Prestige mid has been my fav to date. Lots of good racquets out there! Yonex has a good one ... RDX 500 ..... very nice!
     
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  21. Steve Huff

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    Pro Kennex
     
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  22. doriancito

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    Head Head For Life
     
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  23. doriancito

    doriancito Hall of Fame

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    Head 2 Head 4 Life
     
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