What tennis bag size do you guys get? (3 6 9pack)?

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  1. TRiBaL

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    and what kind do you perfer company and style as in backpack or the normal style.
     
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  3. !<-_->!

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    Using a Babolat Aero w/ silver accents 6 pack while in college. Use a Babolat Aero (old one) 12 pack back home.
     
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  4. TRiBaL

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    well if I don't have 6 rackets do you think it would be best just to go with a 3 pack bag?
     
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  5. Rakukojin

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    You can use the extra place to store other items like towels and balls.
     
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  6. abenguyen

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    trust me, you'll want at least a 6 pack bag whether you have one or 5 racquets. the extra space is good for clothes and any misc. stuff you need.
     
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  7. akoni

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    at the least go with the six pack. i rarely carry more than three rackets at a time, but i find myself using the extra space in my bag for towels, clothes, shoes, etc.
     
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  8. TRiBaL

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    What would you guys pick, backpack or a normal type of bag.
     
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  10. Mister G

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    Like the others said, get at least a 6 back if you aren't a weekend-once-a-month-play-for-fun player. You'll need the space for your towels, balls, shoes, clothes, water bottles etc and its really handy. I currently have the Babolat team 6 pack (2 racquets) and Im really happy with the extra space. Good luck with your search :)
     
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  11. J011yroger

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    I use the Wilson Super Sixes.

    I can fit 18 racquets in there.

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  12. esm

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    i have a wilson 3-pack, carrying 2 x prince O3 Tour MPs.
     
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  13. nickb

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    I use the Volkl Tour Mega Bag 2007....well made..lots of room etc.
     
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  14. Volly master

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    Wilson prostaff 8 racquet backpack.

    I love all the room I get :)
     
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  15. philly

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    I use a Yonex Pro 6 pack - two racquet compartments, one shoe compartment, three zipper compartments.

    Racquet Compartment 1: Three racquets
    Racquet Compartment 2: Water Bottle, 4 cans of balls, rolls of overgrips, towel, stencil/ink, reel of string
    Shoe Compartment: Shoes
    Zipper 1: wallet, keys, phone
    Zipper 2: little knickknacks, bandaids, vibration dampeners
    Zipper 3: sweatbands, headbands
     
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  16. Jackie T. Stephens

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    I'm not sure lol, which ever that looks my size.
     
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  17. Michelangelo

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    In my opinion 6-pack is a minimum size to go. I now use a Wilson super 6, that is, technically it's a 9-pack if needed but the middle compartment is supposed to be used as a storage of clothes, balls and other stuff. I'm a skinny person who always wear size S or even XS clothes but the super 6 is still narrower than my shoulder width when I carry it as a backpack. Also occasionally you'll have extra racquets to carry (like demo).
     
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  18. Rafa freak

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  19. drakej

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    I have a 3 pack but a 6 on the way. I wouldnt recommend a 3 pack because it is just way to small. Theres really no room for anything besides your racquets.
     
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  20. gwrtheyrn

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    J/w, I'm almost set on getting a dunlop racquet, and TW has the deal for a 10 pack for $25. Should I get that (To share with my brother, just fyi) or should I get something smaller (6 pack? The dunlop 6 pack (which is a relatively cheap 6 pack is $35) We each only have one racquet, and it will remain so for a while)...
     
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  21. TRiBaL

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    so 6 pack it is...
     
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