why other brands besides Babolat dont offer extented length raquets?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by wilfreb, May 27, 2011.

  1. wilfreb

    wilfreb Semi-Pro

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    its a pity, with tons of pros using 27.5 and 28 inches long frames these days and the number increasing, only Babolat offers the Plus versions.

    for example yonex main players use longer frames, Nalbandian, Hewitt, Monaco and most of the girls but all the stock Yonex are just 27inch, the same happens to Prince and Dunlop.

    i'm a 3.5 player with 2HB and cant see myself playing without a 27.5 frame at least.

    i know that standard length may be more commercial and used by most, but you should have the option, me for example, i'm stuck with babolat's plus frames, and i will love to use a Head or a Yonex.
     
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  3. ben123

    ben123 Professional

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    well id also like to hav som more raquets being 27.5 in stock

    im stuck with babolats too

    n i rly dont think i want to do this in the link above lol
     
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  4. scotus

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    Also check Pro Kennex.
     
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  5. zumzool

    zumzool Semi-Pro

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    Yonex, Wilson, and Head all have a few extended length racquets. They're not as prevalent or marketed as extended versions, but they're there.
     
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