what racquet?

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what racquet?

Poll closed Apr 12, 2006.
  1. n-six one 95

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  2. nblade

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  3. mspeed pro 98

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  4. other.. if so post below

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  1. slice it

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    hey guys, what racquet should i get
    Experienced junior,13, on varsity tennis team
     
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  2. Return_Ace

    Return_Ace Professional

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    go

    into

    more

    detail

    i'm

    not

    'mericano.

    aka

    wtf

    does

    "varsity"

    mean

    ???
     
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  3. nViATi

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    Whichever works the best for you... Go demo them.
     
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  4. slice it

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    i already tried the nblade and n-six 1 ... out of those 2 which one do u think is the best
     
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  5. slice it

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    varsity is the highest level of play on high school teams
     
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  6. tennis4losers

    tennis4losers Semi-Pro

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    But most "varsity teams" are a joke.
     
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  7. imadeulook

    imadeulook Rookie

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    n6.1:mrgreen:
     
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  8. Saito

    Saito Professional

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    If out of your list, those are the 2 you liked, I like the n 6.1 better. But it shouldn't matter what I like. Whichever of the two you like should be the racquet you chose.
     
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  9. tennis_nerd22

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    dude, first thing about rackets:
    no one knows what will suit you until you tell us what you're looking for.
     
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  10. slice it

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    not mine,
    we have nationaly ranked players on the team
    :eek:
     
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  11. d_frank

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    nsix one 95 for the win

    btw // you were 12 in the other thread, and youre still too young to be in high school, unless you skipped like 2 grades :p (14-15 for freshmen, 15-16 for sophomores, 16-17 for juniors, 17-18 for seniors)
     
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  12. slice it

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    its a poll.

    that means its your opinion
     
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  13. slice it

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    I play up....
    my school alows it if your good enough
     
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  14. d_frank

    d_frank Rookie

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    You still couldnt be on the varsity team.. Thats for interschool competitions. Maybe the schools in your district have a set up for younger kids to play each other, but it would be JV.

    My brother is in 8th grade and plays with our team (and could prolly beat 1/2 of them), but hes not allowed to play varsity because, obviously, hes in middle school.
     
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  15. slice it

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    Oh ya and im offically 12 but my birthday is in 2 weeks, so I say im 13
     
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  16. slice it

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    not where i live.

    i had to pass a fitness test and maturity test
     
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  17. d_frank

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    Im pretty sure its that way all over the country for high schools.

    Also, you seem to have failed your maturity test with your:

     
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  18. slice it

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    - im sorry guys and tennis_nerd i shouldent have said that
     
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  19. Calboymatt

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    I'm in Junior high, i'm 13, (not held back) any way i use a flexpoint radical team, or i will when i have the money, i demoed one and loved it:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
     
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