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Discussion in 'Racquets' started by realplayer, May 8, 2007.

  1. realplayer

    realplayer Semi-Pro

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    I'm looking for a light player's frame. I'm a flat hitter so i don't want a racket with too much power.
    I have a pure storm which is not bad but i feel it is a little bit too powerful.
    So a racket with less power than the storm. I came up with these rackets

    -Fischer m speed pro no one light 98
    -Fischer magnetic tour 100 UL
    -yonex rds002 non-team version
    -Dunlop m-fil300
    -Dunlop Aerogel300

    Would like some opinions, I don't know what to choose.
     
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  2. fgs

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    you should also count in the wilson nblade 98 and a head flexpoint radical mp.
     
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  3. ibringtheHEAT

    ibringtheHEAT Semi-Pro

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    No heads.......too much power even in the low powered frames.

    I would go for the M-fil, you can get 2 for the price of 1 of the others without sacrificing quality.
     
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  4. realplayer

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    i'm interested in the fischer rackets as long as they don't have more power or play heavier than the storm. i played the mfil 300 and like it very much. i will choose the one with less power.
     
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  5. Chip n' charge

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    No way, the Head Prestige is all about control,but it is heavy.
     
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  6. phucng_10

    phucng_10 Professional

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    You could also try some Völkl's. I'm waiting for my Fischer M Speed Pro No.1 (demoing) but some idiot hasn't returned it yet so I'm on backorder.
     
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  7. Anton

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    Could this idiot be me? :confused: :-D

    I've sent the SL version back a week ago, wasn't for me, almost no feel and I felt the loop was too flimsy - my volleys are bad as it is. Nothing RDS001MP didn't fix though

    Poster - M-fill 300
     
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  9. realplayer

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    I don't count in the racket with a dense string pattern. That's why i'm not interested in the nblade. I'm interested in the fischers because of their flexibility. I have a storm which has too much power and is not flexible enough.
     
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  10. fuzz nation

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    I'll vote for the M-Fil 300 and add a heads up in case you get a chance to hit with a Volkl DNX 9. Not too heavy, but quite reasonable amounts of feel and control.
     
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  11. Redflea

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    If you like the MF300 but want someting a little less powerful but with the same overall feel/characteristics, try the M-Fil 200 97 16x19 27" (also referred to as the M-Fil 200 2006). At 11.4 it's heavier than the MF3, has a little less power and is more head light.
     
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