What racquet would a medium built 3.5 baseliner with a PhD in physics from MIT use?

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  1. Golden Retriever

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    I think he would use an oversized extended length racquet which is >12oz and headlight. That would be the most scientifically sound racquet for a 3.5 medium sized baseliner. However this racquet is nowhere to be found since 99.99% of the 3.5 medium sized baseliner population don't have a PhD in physics from MIT. It probably wouldn't sell at all.
     
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  2. racquet_jedi

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    Prince 03 Tour OS with lead?
     
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  3. lilxjohnyy

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    two words BIG BUBBA
     
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  4. meowmix

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    Which MIT? There's the Michigan Institute of Technology and there's the Massachusettes Institute of Technology.

    If we're the talking the Ivy one, then they need a specially decaled racket with a picture of Einstein and Newton. It's got to be covered in equations so that as soon as an opponent looks at the racket, he/she'll go down on their knees clutching their heads in despair.
     
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  5. iTennis

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    How about a big head intelligence radical?
     
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  6. Pro_Tour_630

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    I second BB......... oh wait not to be confused with the BB11 or the BB11L

    how does it go:confused: smart racquet........... sorry I only have an associate degree
     
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  7. Hartzy

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    MIT is not in the Ivy League.
     
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  8. meowmix

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    FINE. If you want to get all technical about it, the MIT that's across the street from Harvard. :)
     
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  9. YonexDude

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    probably the same racquet that a 3.5 player with a BA in Private Investigation from ITT Tech would use.
     
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  10. porchdoor

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    i don't think it has anything to do with technicality. that was just a plain wrong statement. it's like somebody saying Penn State is an ivy league school.
     
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  11. Mick

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    none because he is too busy solving science problems :D
     
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    Look @ Sig
     
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