Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by WhosYoDatis?, Jul 6, 2008.
What racquet is the exact racquet that Roddick uses on court?
Leaded up Pure Drive Team Plus (non-cortex).
Leaded up PDR+. When switching to it his amount of applied decreased. Why make such a change if the racquet was exactly the same.
you guys are sayin no PJs no custom molds or anything? just the Pure Drive Team Plus (non-cortex).
There's a pic of Roddick with his racquet on another topic in this section...the racquet in the first pic looks too thin like the Pure Drive Team..not as rounded or thick like a PDR.
yeah the rumors are true.. he does sin fact use a TENNIS RACQUET... he does NOT use a badminton racquets..
He uses a PS 85 with lab rat droppings in the throat to lessen vibration.:-|
Well I heard he uses a PD+ forged in the fires of MT. Doom, and when you put it in fire, it glows and you can see writing on it that says "Babolat"(what ever that means)
He uses a pj'd dora the explorer 21" racket.
he uses a pdr
but he gets the cortex taken out with lead at 9 3 and 12 oclock
his racquet looks like it's 30 inches long....i saw a close-up of him hitting a backhand and there was handle space on the top and bottom of his two-handed grip haha.....that's where he gets all the serve power from i'm sure
PDR + non cortex.
They leave the sig out so he can autograph it him self by hand!
Thanks guys. so its a Pure Drive team plus with the PDR graphics. FINALLY
it is evident if you look close enough that he doesnt use as much lead tape now to when he had the pure drive team.
so maybe he is using a pdr.. without the cortex.. remember the two rackets are not the same weight.. excluding the cortex :S
Does it Really Matter that much!!! He sucks now anyways!!! We should be asking What does Nadal Use?
Haha, I was a bit disappointed in A-Rod during Wimbledon, I actually thought he had a chance looking at his draw...
Aeropro drive not plus, non cortex, but with cortex pj, and lead but dont know where.
he has lead in the handle and under the bumper
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