When's the new Head Radical coming out?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by djones, Dec 19, 2004.

  1. djones

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    Maybe i'm a bit to early on this, but I just can't wait for the new Head .......Radical.
    I hope it's going to be a better stick than the current Liquid Metal version which feel too clumsy to me (I prefer my old I Radical).
    And I also do hope that it's gonna be a more 'player's racquet'.
    is there anyone on this forum who know's more about the new Head Racquet?
    If yes, I'd like to know.
     
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  2. !<-_->!

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    Don't think there will be one for a while. LM seems to be doing well at the moment. Also, if Agassi retires, they might stop making them, as Agassi is the only major endorser of this model.
     
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  3. Swan Song

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    Don't forget Thomas Enqvist and Donald Young, eventually.
     
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  4. !<-_->!

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    Good point, but to the masses, Agassi is a more recognizable name than Enqvist.
     
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  5. djones

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    I thought Enqvist was playing with the Prestige!?
    And he's getting 30 next year too!
     
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  6. ibemadskillzz

    ibemadskillzz Semi-Pro

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    who cares about enquvist, he doesn't use the radical anyways. If agassi stops playing, it doesn't mean anything. They will still make the radicals.
     
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  7. kv581

    kv581 Semi-Pro

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    LM Radical is already more of a players racquet than i.Radical. If LM Radical seems too clumsy already, I don't see how it's possible to have a easier playing "player's racquet" next.
     
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  8. kerplunker

    kerplunker Semi-Pro

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    ok, the LM radical is neither a players or a tweeners, or whatever u think it is. it is however the player plays with it.
     
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  9. radical tourist

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    I vote to return to the '98 Radical, make a 16x19 OS version, change the awful metalflake paint scheme, and call it the Radical Retro.
     
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  10. Tenny

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    Radical Retro? haha. BTW, was there any radical with 16x19 stringing? I played with Ti radical and my only complaint was slightly weak spin generation and light weight. 16x19 should be interesting!
     
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  11. jelichek

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    next Radical due sometime after first of year will be in Head's new line of "Flex Point" racquets
     
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