Which is the best racquet for 1H BH ?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by ronin, Apr 26, 2004.

  1. ronin

    ronin Rookie

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    BH is my favorite shot and I would like to enhance it.
    I'm using right now Babolat Classic Ti control and I'm thinking
    of switching to 27.5" PC.

    what do u think ?
     
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  2. gregraven

    gregraven Semi-Pro

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    Even though Michael Chang has a two-handed backhand, laboratory tests confirm that the Prince Michael Chang Longbody racquet has the best (as in, greatest amount of) backhand of any racquet ever made anywhere, period. And you can believe me because I never lie and I'm always correct.
     
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  3. BreakPoint

    BreakPoint Bionic Poster

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    For the best one-handed BH, I'd vote for the PS 6.0 95 or 85. Although the POG MP is not bad either. Essentially, what is needed for a good OHBH is a heavy, head light racquet which allows you to use the momentum of the racquet swing to whip through the ball with the support of only one hand. Something that's at least 12.0 oz., head light, and not too stiff should work.
     
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  4. brian.sat

    brian.sat Rookie

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    Any 27" head light racquet is good enough for your purpose.
     
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  5. @wright

    @wright Hall of Fame

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    The best racquet I've found for my one-hander is the PBP.
     
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  6. fred-s

    fred-s New User

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    I'd vote for the Estusa PBB. I don't play with it, however, because I found the Prestige Classic 600 to be better overall for my game.
     
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  7. Jeffrey Wang

    Jeffrey Wang New User

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    95-100 si head size, 27" long, 11-11.5 Oz HH balanced 20-22mm width should results good 1H BH stroke according to my experience. I have tried more than 80 models in the past 6-7 years. I have 1H BH btw.
     
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