What category racquet is the LM Fire?

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  1. iradical18

    iradical18 Professional

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    I know its not a players racquet and it's not a tweener either, what category does it fit in to, i love this thing because it generates more spin than any other head racquets.
     
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  2. Tennis Guy

    Tennis Guy Semi-Pro

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    I think it's a players racquet.
     
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  3. David Pavlich

    David Pavlich Professional

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    This frame would be good for a junior that hasn't developed the upper body strength to wield a heavier frame. It would acclimate the youngster for the challenges of hitting with a smaller frame so when that graduation to Prestige takes place, the budding junior will be ready.

    David
     
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  4. doleeo

    doleeo New User

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    I could care less i love the thing
     
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  5. Kid A

    Kid A New User

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    doleeo, you said it. If it works for you then use it, who cares what catagory it's in. But since this post is asking I'd call it a player/tweener, can anyone say if it plays anything like the i.tour?
     
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  6. ismashall

    ismashall Rookie

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    I think it is actually more of an i.Speed replacement.
     
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  7. Jincuteguy

    Jincuteguy New User

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    how the power of this racket compare to the Prince Shark or the LM Radical?
     
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  8. BreakPoint

    BreakPoint Bionic Poster

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    Which along with the i.extreme were replacements for the Ti.Fire. What goes around comes around. :lol:
     
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