What racquet is Coria really using?

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by SocalTennis, Oct 6, 2004.

  1. SocalTennis

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    I just wonder what racquet is underneath that "experimental" paint-job. Do you think it is a POG?
     
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  2. Swan Song

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    Prince Graphite LongBody 100in2, and it is 28 inches long.
     
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  3. BLiND

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    Its a POG... though Prince constantly maintain he uses an NXG... then show a picture of him using a POG... I mean COMEON do they think we are THAT stupid?
     
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  4. perfmode

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    The bar in the throat is straight but the nxg has a curved one. it's an obvious pj.
     
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  5. BLiND

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    Its not even painted! :)
     
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  6. pchoi04

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    Dude.. everyone knows he uses a babolat pure drive team plus.............................. jk
     
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  7. Nyl

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    is he really using the POG LB 100 ?? i know ferrero is using that but it's not necessarily used by all clay-courters rite ? it's POG for sure but could it be an OS ?
     
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  8. BLiND

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    hard to tell... Coria is so small (even for 5'9") :)
     
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  9. Swan Song

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    MP: 16x18, like the old CTS Midpluses(i.e. Storm, DB 26)
    OS: 16x19, like the standard version and most of the Prince oversizes
     
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