Which racket produces most topspin?

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  1. MonkeyMan123

    MonkeyMan123 Rookie

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    I am using a liquidmetal instinct but I can only produce some topspin with its dense string pattern. I am looking for a racket that can help me on producing more heavy topspin on my forehand and it needs to have some pop. It needs to be 11.6 ounces and under. These are the rackets I was thinking about..... If you have tried any, is it good for topspin??

    1. Prince o3 tour midplus
    2. Babolat Aeropro Drive
    3. Yonex RDX 300 midplus
    4. Yonex Nano Speed RQ-7 midplus
    5. Yonex RDS 001
    6. Wilson Npro Open X

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  2. tennis_hand

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    I think a racket with an open string pattern is better for top spin. You can try the nPro Open. I am using nPro Surge which is its elder brother. It bites the ball pretty well. But i don't use heavy top spin.

    Bear in mind it is a mid plus at 100 inch.
     
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  3. Ripper

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  4. fielders_80

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    Out of all the racquets you listed above, they are all pretty spin friendly so the difference would be only marginal. I think it all depends on the person using it.
     
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  5. Nickswh

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    O3 white gives lots of spin. And also ofcoarse the AeroPro's because they are so maneuverable.
     
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  6. K3oni

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    yea any of those are good, i used the areopro drive for a little bit and you get great topspin with it
     
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  7. ajspurs

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    Hiya, I have an rdx300, but I dont have a topspin forehand, i find that the racket generates lots of spin anyway so if your forehand technique is a topspin one then you will probably really like this racket.
     
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  8. TopJunior56

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    If you want crazy topspin, play with thw aero pro, those gave me about double the spin of the raquet i usually use.
     
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  9. vkartikv

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    You can use anything you want but if you don't have the technique, none of those racquets will give you anything. To answer your question, someone who has the right technique will probably find lots of topspin from a prestige or rdx 500 midplus and APD
     
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  10. Starwind

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    'Nuff said.
     
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  11. Nar57981

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    you could go with a 14x18 string pattern, like the T Feel 290 XL
     
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  12. Starwind

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    C'mon go with the Metallix. The 124 sq. in. head will be perfect.
     
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