What is the best racquet for me?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by gvanzky, Sep 12, 2006.

  1. gvanzky

    gvanzky Rookie

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    I hurt my wrist from riding a bike recently and from that I tried serving hard as i can to compensate the lost of power on serve. Now that wrist is fine, i developed a shoulder injury from that. What is the best racquet for me that you can recommend? I'm currently using a hyper pro staff 6.1 OS. I prefer 98-102 head size and at least 10.8 to 11.5 oz, low to medium power.
    Recently tried fisher pro tour, to buttery feel and to low power and dunlop 400g, to light to powerful. Please help. Thanx
     
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  2. Will888

    Will888 Semi-Pro

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    try the yonex rds 001, its flexible, and good for the arm. Or try the dunlop 200 or 300
     
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  3. Nar57981

    Nar57981 Rookie

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    I like the TFeel 305 for that range, good power (not too much), VERY solid, and a good weight. Not too sure how well it is one the arm (i don't have any troubles) but it does seem good. Very forgiving also, like the shark, but better in my opinion
     
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  4. The Pusher Terminator

    The Pusher Terminator Banned

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    pRO kENNEX 5G..MOST ARM FRIENDLY RACQUET EVER MADE.
     
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  5. gvanzky

    gvanzky Rookie

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    what do you think of these following racquets?

    1. PK ionic 10 PSE
    2. TFlash 290
    3. Volkl DNX 8 or 9
    4. ncode six two 100sq (?? weight ??)
    5. ncode pro open or surge

    are they any good? on comfort & forgiving, does it have good sweet spot area?
     
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  6. inferno303

    inferno303 New User

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    one thing bout those ncodes is that whilst their pretty stable theyve got a fair bit of vibration and thats not really good anybody with injuries try something a bit lighter and with lower tension
     
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