What's Your Racket Journey?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by lightflow, Jul 20, 2009.

  1. lightflow

    lightflow Rookie

    Jul 12, 2008
    I'm just interested to see what rackets others have been switching with the advent of new technologies/brands etc.

    1) Slazenger metal racket, cheap beginners racket from local sports shop, weighed a ton, literally.
    2) Prince CTS Synergy DB 26, could never get used to the feel.
    3) Head Radical O/S Trisys 260, lovely racket, great for serves and groundstrokes.
    4) Yonex RDS003, had loads of power, nice feel but in the end didn't like the extended length for some reason.
    5) Yonex RDS001, great for spin but it can be hard going if your playing a long session as you have to produce the power.
    6a) Babolat APDC, best racket I ever had, spin & power, using the Nadal lead setup I found the balance to be perfect for me.
    6b) I've spilt 6 into a & b as I bought a Babolat Team Pure Drive as a backup racket, while it shares the same hoop as the APDC it favours a flatter hitter but it's still nice.

    I'll be sticking with the APDC as it feels like my 'holy grail' so to speak. Part of the reason I favour it is I switched to a smaller grip size which I find most comfortable. Using the old measuring system, technically I a size 4, with the RDS001 I tried a 3 but have now settled on a 2, much easier to change grip styles in play.

    Well that's me, please share your racket journey!!
  2. Zielmann

    Zielmann Semi-Pro

    Jul 20, 2007
    So, I've been playing for like, 15 years, and have only had four or five different frames...

    1. Cheap Prince junior frame. Still have it. It's purple and green, with green strings. The head is no longer quite round. Went through lots of use and abuse.

    2. Semi-cheap Wilson 26" frame. Was a black model, pretty sure it was from the era of the Hammers. Also think it had power holes, too.

    3. Prince Precision Response Titanium. First full-sized frame. Think it was a bit too heavy for me at the time, but I made it work. Still in my bag today as a second backup.

    4. Prince More Control DB 800. You know, the half black, half white frame that got so much praise when it first came out? Don't personally know anybody else who liked this stick. Got two of these, one got lost. Just recently bought a used one, so I've got two identical frames again. These are my current sticks, and I'm using them stock. Considering a little lead for extra stability though. They must suit my game and style well, cause I can place the ball right where I want with these. And can really rip a 2hbh with them.

    4.5. More Control DB 850. Expanding upon the loss of one of my 800's. At that point, the 800 was discontinued, but the 850 (OS version) was still out. Much to my dismay, the 800 was unwittingly replaced by an 850. I've still got the 850 in my bag as a 'just in case' backup frame. If for whatever reason, I manage to go through both 800's and the PRT, I've still got the 850. I really don't like using this frame. It's way too light and unstable, and the balance is all wrong. However, it's a spin machine. Also has a little extra length, so I can still get pretty good serves out of it. So I can deal with using it for a short period.

    Been using the 800's for 6-7 years now I think. Still like them fine, but sometimes I think I might prefer the PRT. I don't have any money to use upgrading my frames at the moment, so I'm stuck with these for a while still. Would like to be able to see what else is out there though.
  3. VGP

    VGP Legend

    Oct 6, 2005
    Location: Location
  4. plowmanjoe

    plowmanjoe Rookie

    Aug 8, 2007
    1. cheap prince kiddy racquet. it was white and i'm pretty sure it was a mickey theme.

    2. prince synergy extender. pretty much a granny stick i used for about 2 years.

    3. prince original graphite os. i've been using this for over 10 years now and have yet to find a better racquet for me.
  5. movdqa

    movdqa Legend

    Sep 19, 2006
    All sorts of wood, steel and aluminum racquets to settle on the Head Pro. Then a widebody. Then the Dunlop Tour Pro Revelation in the 1990s to the ProKennex Redondo. ProKennex had distribution problems several years ago so I went to the K90 which was a nice transition racquet from an eastern forehand to a semiwestern. Then to the Pure Drive Roddick to try my hand at a really modern racquet. Nice but a tad too stiff and I wanted something heavier. Settled on the KPS88 - preferably a bit lighter than spec. I hope to stick with this for the next ten years.
  6. dadozen

    dadozen Hall of Fame

    May 5, 2009
    Dunlop junior - a cheap racquet to start playing tennis at 9 y.o.

    Yonex RQ-180
    Yonex RQ-360
    Wilson PS 6.1
    Dunlop Classic Pro Revelation
    Yonex RD-10
    Babolat Pure Control Team
    Babolat Pure Storm

    Current frames: Dunlop AG 4D 300 Tour

    I've been playing tennis for over 17 years, with little hiats.
  7. dig331

    dig331 New User

    Jul 7, 2009
    Dunlop cheap jr racket
    Head Jr racket
    Wilson 6.2
    Volkl DNX 8
  8. tribunal4555

    tribunal4555 Semi-Pro

    Jun 2, 2009
    1. Dunlop Aluminum 27.5 in
    2. Head Aluminum
    3. Head Titanium Tornado
    4. Wilson N Vision
    5. Wilson Jack Kramer Pro Staff
    6. Wilson Pro Staff 85 Mid
    7. Wilson K Six.One Tour
    8. Head Microgel Extreme Pro
    9. Head YOUTEK Radical Pro
    10. Boris Becker 11 Special Edition
    11. Donnay Pro One Oversize
    12. Bancroft Borg
  9. Virtua Tennis

    Virtua Tennis Semi-Pro

    Jul 22, 2008
    Been playing for 25 years had only 2 racquets

    1st racquet Wilson prostaff original 85
    currently Wilson K Protour
  10. jms007

    jms007 Professional

    Sep 12, 2008
    Polish aluminum racquet >> Prince Precision Control (stolen!) >> Fischer Extreme FT >> Fischer Extreme FT UL >> Fischer Pro No.1 >> Fischer Magnetic Speed OS >> Fischer Pro No.1 >> Dunlop 4D 300 Tour (sticking with this one)
  11. naylor

    naylor Semi-Pro

    Jul 26, 2004
    New Zealand
    Dunlop Maxply Fort
    Slazenger Challenge no. 1
    Jack Kramer Pro Staff (still have them!)

    28-yr gap

    Slazenger X1
    Babolat AeroPro Control
    Microgel Prestige Mid
    Redondo Mid
  12. 10nistennis

    10nistennis Rookie

    Apr 16, 2008
    1. Cheap, walmart Wilson racquet.
    2. Head TiS6
    3. Babolat Pure Drive Roddick
    4. Head Liquidmetal Radical MP
    5. Head Microgel Extreme Pro
    6. Dunlop Aerogel 300
    7. Dunlop 4D Aerogel 300
  13. markwillplay

    markwillplay Professional

    Jul 7, 2007

    POG OS 1 stripe....1986 got it because so many pro's used it...Agassi!!
    Max 200G.....1987-91...discovered serve and volley!!!!!

    quit playing for about 15 years

    Head LM OS....2006....got back into game....long break (ha ha)

    since then.....uh oh....

    POG 4 stripe OS (took me back)
    Fischer mag tour 100
    Prince SPT
    Donnay TW OS
    Donnay TW mp
    Head prestige Pro (close with lead and played with for over a year)
    Dunlop AG 100
    Yonex RDS 002 tour (little too much for me at the time)
    Donnay TW mp (one more time to make sure)
    Dunlop 400i (brought me back to my 200G days)
    K90 (over my head)
    Yonex rds 002 tour (winner, winner, chicken dinner)
    this stick had more of the things I liked than the others although some of them had certain things I liked better. I have finally committed to a stick and it is the only one in the house. I have 4 of them.
  14. Infl8edEg0

    Infl8edEg0 Professional

    Jan 12, 2007
    Junior Head Racket
    Head TIS5
    Head TI Laser
    Prokennex Kinetic 7g
    Babolat Pure Drive (pre-cortex)
    Babolat Pure Drive Cortex
    Babolat Pure Storm Tour
    Wilson KBlade Tour
  15. Skanavis

    Skanavis Rookie

    Feb 23, 2009
    1. Cheap walmart wilson racquet
    2. Different cheap walmart wilson racquet
    3. wilson n code six-two
    4. wilson n code n1
    5. wilson n code ntour
    6. wilson k-six one X

    these have all been within a year and 5 months.
  16. xHBvi3tbOix

    xHBvi3tbOix Rookie

    Dec 9, 2008
    1. Head Junior iRadical
    2. Head Radical Midplus
    3. Head Radical Oversize
    4. Wilson Prostaff Tour 95
    5. Wilson Prostaff Tour 90
    6. Wilson N90
    7. Wilson K90 (4x) I will never switch from this racquet
  17. Team_Volkl

    Team_Volkl New User

    Jul 13, 2009
    1) Wilson Hammer 6.2

    2) Wilson Hyper Hammer 5.3

    3) Volkl Power Bridge 10 Light

    I might throw in the towel with the Volkl, but I'm still keeping my eyes open.
  18. martinrousev

    martinrousev Rookie

    Oct 3, 2008
    Wilson Silverbird (98' even balance) - Okay racquet. A friend gave it to me as he bought new ones and he wanted to teach me so he would have somebody to hit with
    Head Flexpoint Radical OS - The first racquet I bought. At first I loved it and after I developed my strokes it felt wrong.
    Head Radical Agassi LTD - Because of the Flexpoint I started to dislike OS frames. Sold them on.
    Pro Kennex Redondo Mid+ - Fell in love with it. Improved my serve and volleys a lot with this racquet. Still carry it in my bag.
    Fischer M Speed Pro One - Recently purchased it since the specs were so close to the Redondo. Feels great. I keep switching between this and the Redondo.
  19. Supracool94

    Supracool94 Semi-Pro

    May 8, 2007
    Oxnard, CA
    I started playing in 1990 at 15 years old.

    1. Chris Evert Wood racquet (found in trash)

    2. McEnroe Boron Comp (Big 5 Special)

    3. Head Galaxy (Big 5 Special)

    4. Wilson Hammer 4.0 110

    5. Wilson Pro Staff Classic 6.1 110

    6. Wilson Pro Staff Org. 6.0 95

    7. Head i. prestige 93

    8. Head MG Prestige "TGK237.1" 93 Custom Wilson Shaped Handle
  20. Bud

    Bud Bionic Poster

    Jul 23, 2007
    San Diego, CA
    What is Nadal's setup with regard to weight/balance?
  21. Lakers4Life

    Lakers4Life Hall of Fame

    Jul 13, 2009
    Laker Land
    1. Wilson Prostaff Jack Kramer - My father gave me this racquet. Strung with Leona 66. Still have it with the storage frame.

    2. Head Arthur Ashe Graphite - Pre High School. Someone liked it more than me.

    3. Pro Kennex Silver Ace - Freshman/Soph. HS I had this racket until college when it broke during a match.

    4. Pro Kennex Golden Ace - More of a novelty racquet, too soft typical of wood rackets. Sold it a friend

    5. Pro Kennex Boron Ace - Nice stiff frame. Still have until now, 25 yrs. But developed arm problems.

    6. Volkl DNX 4 - Tweener racquet. Recently purchased.

    I'm interested in the Volkl PB 4 and Pro Kennex SQ Ltd.
  22. 15_ounce

    15_ounce Guest

    1. Wilson Impact Titanium
    2. Wilson n code n vision
    3. Yonex RDS 001 midplus
    4. Avery M3 Power
    5. Prince Graphite Tour midsize
    6. Rossignol 9R Yellow Power
    7. Prince Graphite Tour midsize
    8. Rossignol 9R Yellow Power
    9. Wilson K Six One 90
    10. Wilson K Six One 90
  23. federer_15

    federer_15 Rookie

    Jul 9, 2009
    1. Some cheap Head 26" ... x1
    2. Head intelligent ... x1
    3. Head Liquidmetal 2 ... x2
    4. Head Flexpoint Fire ... x2
    5. Head Microgel Monster ... x3
  24. lightflow

    lightflow Rookie

    Jul 12, 2008
    9.5gms at the 12o'clock position and 2.5gms one inch up from the end of the butt cap to counter balance it.
  25. AgassiFan12

    AgassiFan12 New User

    Aug 2, 2006
    Wow this is going to bring me back. (I'm only putting rackets that were bought for me, I had used a racket or two of my bro's before I got into tennis)

    1. Some pink/black Wilson WalMart frame
    2. Prince CTS Synergy (not sure of make)
    3. Wilson Hammer 6.2 (the Skunk)
    4. Wilson Hammer 6.7 stretch
    5. Prince Hornet
    6. Prince Longbody Chang
    7. Prince Longbody Chang Ti.
    8. Wilson Hyper ProStaff 7.1
    9. Wilson Hyper ProStaff 6.0
    10. Dunlop Maxply MacEnroe
    11. Prince Turbo Shark LB
    12. Dunlop M-Fil 300
    13. Dunlop 200g XL
    14. Wilson KBlade 98
    15. Coming soon Wilson KPro Tour

    it's always fun to try new sticks.
  26. AgassiFan12

    AgassiFan12 New User

    Aug 2, 2006
    Okay I need to make a correction so I don't sound like one of those guys whose rackets are just bought for him. Except for the first one and the 3rd and 4th. I have personally purchased all the rackets.

    When I said "rackets purchased for me" I meant rackets that either my parents or me personally purchased for myself and not a racket of my brothers that I used.
  27. RobG

    RobG New User

    Jun 16, 2009
    San Jose, CA
    1. Prince Classic (the original aluminum one)
    2. Pro Kennex... don't remember the model, it was a long time ago
    3. Prince Magnesium Pro 90
    4. Prince Cynergy 26 something or another
    5. Prince Thundercloud Titanium
    6. Prince Ozone 7
    7. Prince O3 White
    8. Prince O3 Hybrid Tour

    I still use 7 and 8 regularly, depending on my mood. There are lots of others I'd love to try from various brands. Even though they're almost all Prince, I'm not a Princeophilie; it's just what's familiar. Eventually I'll get around to demoing other racquets. Right now I want to get my game back in gear and then I can justify testing out more racquets.

  28. Birke

    Birke Rookie

    Jul 16, 2009
    1st racquet: Prince O3 Hybrid Spectrum
    2nd racquet: Head Youtek Speed MP 18x20

    But I've demoed plenty of racquets this year such as...
    Prince EXO3 Ignite 95
    Prince EXO3 Graphite 93
    Babolat PureDrive GT +
    Head Youtek Speed Pro
    Head Youtek Speed MP 16x19

    And soon to come...
    Dunlop Aergogel 4D 300 (supposed to demo today but its too rainy)
    Boris Becker 11 SE 98
    Wilson K6.1 95
  29. SOY78

    SOY78 Semi-Pro

    Jul 14, 2006
    Tampa, FL
    1. Ukraine made woodie - (brother's old racquet)
    2. Prince Pro 110 - (brother's coach gave me this one)
    3. Wilson (unknown) looks like a tiedie paint job MP - (parents bought me two of these to tryout for the HS team, but I got cut every year :( )
    4. Wilson Hammer 6. something OS (black and white PJ) - (I used this through my college years beating all the HS team players, revenge!!!!)
    5. Volkl C10 Classic MP - (gave this one to my boss, he still plays with it from time to time)
    6. Volkl C10 Pro Tour mid - (so far my favorite of all the racquets that I've tried, and now I know that the DNX10mid grommets fit)
    7. Volkl Tour 10 Gen 2 MP - (still have this one for doubles play)
    8. Volkl Tour 10 Gen 1 MP - (still have this one for doubles play)
    9. Volkl DNX 10 mid - (tried to find a replacement for the C10pt, this wasn't it)
    10. Babolat Aero Pro Drive+ - (this racquet did not fit my playing style as I like to flatten out some shots, this was a rocket launcher when hit flat)
    11. Wilson PS Tour 90 - (Tried this just for kicks, didn't like the stiffness at all but 2nd favorite wilson i've tried)
    12. Wilson N90 - (Thought this would be better than the PS Tour 90, I was mistaken)
    13. Yonex RDS 001 90 - (This stick felt weird for some reason, I could not get consistent with it)
    14. Wilson PS85 - (I had to try the good old chineese PS85, so far it is my favorite wilson stick)
    15. Boris Becker 11 mid - (Still have this one and I am experimenting with strings now)
    16. Volkl PB10 Mid - (Just got this one, can't wait to try it)

    Racquets 6, 7, 8, 13, 14 & 15 are in my bag :) The rest are sold, traded or broken...
    Last edited: Jul 21, 2009
  30. goosala

    goosala Hall of Fame

    Jul 23, 2004
    Let me work my way backwards so I can remember better:

    Dunlop Aerogel 100
    Wilson K Pro Staff 88
    Yonex RDS001 90 2006 version
    Donnay Pro One Midsize TW version
    Prince Graphite Original Midsize
    Wilson K Factor Six One Tour 90
    Pro Kennex Redondo Mid
    Wilson Pro Staff 6.0 85
    Yonex RDX500 midsize
    Wilson Pro Staff Tour 90
    Yonex RD-Ti 70 88
    Wilson Pro Staff Classic 6.1 95
    Wilson Pro Staff Original 85
    Prince Power Pro 90
    Wilson Ceramic Midsize
    Yamaha Secret 04
    Wilson Sting midsize
    Wilson T2000
  31. michaelavich

    michaelavich New User

    May 29, 2009
    wood slazenger
    white aluminum wilson (preferred the wood one and kept switching back)
    wilson staff tour 95 high beam series
    prince precision equipe mp

    over a few years tried and sold:
    estusa PBB
    yonex ns rq7
    volkl tour 10 ve

    prince tt warrior
    now alternate between equipe and warrior
  32. hyogen

    hyogen Hall of Fame

    Sep 4, 2007
    Portland, Oregon
    i might have had that exact same pink/blank wilson walmart frame... this is circa 1993
  33. marosmith

    marosmith Professional

    Feb 25, 2009
    Lafayette, Or
    Head tis1
    head flexpoint 10
    head mg instinct
    head mg rad pro
    2x head mg rad pro with leather grip, gut, and lead in the handle. About 12 oz headlight.
  34. T1000

    T1000 Hall of Fame

    Jul 7, 2008
    Wilson Junior Racquet
    Head Junior Racquet
    Dunlop 900g
    Wilson prostaff triad or something like that
    back to the dunlop 900g
    yonex rdx 500 mid
    yonex rds 001 mid
    back to the dunlop 900g
    back to the yonex rds 001 mid
    Tecnifibre tflash 290
    back to the yonex rds 001 mid
    yonex rds 001 mid 2008
    wilson kprostaff k88
    yonex rdis 100 mid
    back to the wilson kprostaff k88
    head microgel prestige pro
  35. Mdubb23

    Mdubb23 Hall of Fame

    Aug 26, 2008
    Completing the point with a shoulder-high punch in
    Since when is length measured in ounces? :)
  36. schenkelini

    schenkelini Semi-Pro

    Sep 2, 2008
    Chino. CA
    1. Spalding World Open
    2. Bancroft Players Special
    3. Head Graphite Edge - original model
    4. Head Graphite Director - original model
    after a long recess
    5. Prokennex 5G
    6. Prokennex 7G
    7. Prokennex Ki15 PSE
  37. freedbeing

    freedbeing New User

    Apr 9, 2009
    Edinburg, TX
    1. Wilson nCode nPro Surge
    2a. Babolat Pure Drive Cortex +
    2b. Babolat Pure Drive Cortex standard
    3. Babolat Pure Storm Tour
    4. Head i.Radical mp
    5. Head Flexpoint Fire
    6. Head Liquid Metal Radical mp capped
    7a. Head Microgel Radical mp
    7b. Head Flexpoint Radical mp
    8. Head i.Radical mp

    I first started off in 7th grade with a beginners prince racket (dont remember which one). Then in the summer following I was progressing and my uncle (and coach) had me demoing numerous rackets, I ended up choosing a Wilson nCode nPro Surge with the Babolat Pure Drive Team coming in second. At the time my uncle didnt think it was necessarry for me to have a back up racket yet so I just stuck with my nCode. But in time i started popping my strings more frequently so my uncle decided to buy me another nCode. Unfortunatey they were discontinued, so my uncle decided to get me a Pure Drive Team but they too were discontinued. Fortunately my uncle got a great deal on a Pure Drive Cortex +. In time I started to prefer the pdc+ over my ncode so my uncle bought me a pd standard because he also got a good deal on it. Threw out this period I was content with my pure drives but in the middle of my sophmore year i was getting a pain in my upper arm so i decided to go to the doctor to get it checked out. It turned out i was on the verge of getting bicept tendonitis, so it was time for a racket change. I tried many rackets and ended up liking the Babolat Pure Storm Tour. The tendonitis pain was gone but in time the weight of the pst was getting to me. I don't have much muscle in my arms and with my full western grip, the pst was taking its tole on my elbow so i had to change rackets again. My high school coach was nice enough to give me an i.radical that one of the seniors had left behind. I was in heaven, it was my favorite racket so far and i just loved it. I started looking for another i.rad for my backup but i couldnt find any reasonably priced, so i settled on a head flexpoint fire i got for 30 bucks. But one day i decided to go practice with some of my friends. One of my friends wanted to try it out so i lent it to him. We were playing out the point and he drilled a insanely flat forehand to me and the frame just snapped. I was shocked but i didnt charge him since i got it for free and it was obviously already cracked internally since it was so old and i only had it for about a week and a half. I still had my fxp fire, pd+, and pst so i thot everything would be fine. wrong. About halfway through my junior year i smashed my fxp fire and went bak to my pst and pd+ but they were still giving me arm problems. A friend gave me his capped lm radical mp since he had switched frames and had no use for it. Even though it was very beat up and partially cracked, i took it seeing as my arm couldnt really take the abuse my babolats were giving it and it gave me time to get some money to buy some new frames. Well it cracked when i was returning a serve about two weeks later so i was in dire need of a new armfriendly racket. I tried looking for i.radicals but found no luck so i demoed some rackets and got a microgel radical mid+. The microgel rad was the answer to all my prayers, it was spin friendly, light, and most of all, armfriendly. I found a fxp rad for a cheap price and bought it for my backup racket. Then about three weeks ago my radicals were stolen. I'm not gonna go into details about that. Fortunately i found my favorite racket of all time brand new and for a good price, a Head i.Radical mid+. It is my current racket and only racket at the time and i am looking for more. I might end up buying a Fischer M pro #1 light racket (it plays and feels very nice, but not as nice as my i.rad) and its currently only 80 bucks. Thats my journey
  38. Mdubb23

    Mdubb23 Hall of Fame

    Aug 26, 2008
    Completing the point with a shoulder-high punch in
    My eyes hurt.
  39. ryangoring

    ryangoring Professional

    Jun 20, 2007
    Daytona Beach via Barbados
    age 11 and up
    started with a wilson staff 95
    then a wilson profile 2.7 95
    then finally to the wilson PSC 6.1

    after a 13 year lay off and started back playing a year ago.
    here goes
    wilson PSC 6..1
    wilson hyper carbon 6.1
    wilson ncode 6.1
    wilson ncode 6.1 tour
    wilson NPS 95
    wilson kfactor 6.1 team
    wilson kfactor 6.1 tour
    and then and finally
    wilson kpro tour.

    after one year i went thru all of those sticks and some of the board members here may have them now.
  40. gpt

    gpt Professional

    Mar 4, 2009
    1976 Slazenger Ken Rosewall wood
    Slazenger Challenge wood
    Head Arthur Ashe Comp 2
    Head XRC
    1985?Pro Kennex Copper Ace
    Some Dunlop Graphite
    Prince Precision Sonar
    Wilson pws ???
    Head Orion
    Wilson Ncode Nvision
    2009 Babolat Pure Storm LTD

    Various other forgotten frames over the years
  41. MethodTennis

    MethodTennis Hall of Fame

    Mar 23, 2008
    1. Wilson attack (junior 20"odd)
    2. Roddick junior (26")
    3. Aero strike
    4. Pure drive roddick
    5. K blade tour
    6a. Pure drive GT
    6b. Aero pro drive (w/o cortext)
  42. BoomerangX

    BoomerangX Rookie

    May 1, 2009
    Southern California
    1. Head Liquidmetal 4.5 (cheap racket from Big 5).
    2. Pure Drive Roddick Cortex
    3. Pure Drive Team
    4. Aeropro Drive
    5. Aeropro Drive +
    4. Switched back to Aeropro Drive
  43. benxten

    benxten Rookie

    Apr 21, 2009
    walmart wilson racket
    wilson hyper hammer 3.5 midplus i think
    liquidmetal radical OS
    wilson kblade team
    wilson k6.1 team
    wilson kblade tour
    wilson kblade 98
    wilson ktour
    wilson ntour two
  44. TnTBigman

    TnTBigman Professional

    Jan 26, 2005
    South Florida
    1) Wilson wood (1987 beginer).
    2) Spalding grey graphite with plastic middle.
    3) Wilson earlier pws (blue/white/red)
    4) Wilson Prostaff PWS (black/blue/white)
    5) HEAD Orion 660 (1994)
    6) HEAD Dominion 660
    7) HEAD Radical Trysis (bumble bee. breaktrough into the top juniors)
    8) HEAD Ti.Radical OS (2 pairs. 1998 - 2004).
    9) HEAD LM Radical MP
    10) HEAD LM Prestige MP
    11) HEAD FXP Prestige MP
    12) HEAD i.Prestige MP
    13) HEAD PC600 Mid
    13) HEAD LM Prestige MP
    14) HEAD MG Prestige MP
    15) HEAD MG Prestige Mid.
  45. ForehandFiend

    ForehandFiend New User

    May 30, 2009
    2008-Wilson Impact (Cheap,stiff frame. Got the job done)
    -Head Liquid Metal 4 (First tweener racquet, pretty good)

    2009-Wilson K Six.One 95 (Best racquet ever)
  46. parasailing

    parasailing Hall of Fame

    Jul 19, 2009
    High School Years
    1. Pro Kennex Ceramic something - $50 racquet great racquet

    2. Wilson Profile 3.6

    3. Pro Kennex 5G SMI
    4. Pro Kennex Ionic Ki 5

    5. Wilson K90
    6. Wilson KPS 88
  47. aphex

    aphex Banned

    Dec 15, 2008
    athens, greece
    since i got into tennis again last year (after a 10 year hiatus)

    prince hybrid hornet
    prince o3 tour
    head mg prestige pro

    now, head mg prestige mid, which is a keeper---i'll definitely play with this racquet for many years to come...
  48. whereisz

    whereisz Rookie

    Apr 14, 2008
    1. Prince Graphite Michael Chang Longbody OS
    2. Prince Original Graphite Mid
    3. Babolat Pure Drive GT
  49. mavsman149

    mavsman149 Professional

    Aug 4, 2005
    Houston, TX
    Cheap wilson (turned me off of wilson for years)
    Prince TT Graphite Mid
    Babolat Pure Drive 2001 Swirly
    Babolat Pure Control 2001 Swirly
    Head LM Prestige Mid
    Babolat Pure Storm (the first one)
    Babolat Pure Control 2003
    Babolat Pure Control 2001 again
    Fischer M Speed Pro 1 98 SL
    Wilson KBlade Tour
    Babolat Pure Control 2001.......again
  50. 120mphBodyServe

    120mphBodyServe Banned

    Feb 16, 2009
    Aiming an ICBM at Portland, Oregon..
    1) Some cheap Spalding aluminium piece of crap.
    2) Pro Kennex Golden Ace not too sure if it was a mid or a mid+.. Nice frame good feel and very predictable..
    3) Wilson Pro Staff 95 Tapered Beam.
    4) Prince Precision Chang Longbody OS.
    5) Yonex MP1 Tour 98.
    6) Soon to be the new re released PK Black Ace...

Share This Page