Wilson Ncode Tour 90 - Asian/Japan version? Back-up racquet?

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  1. TuTu

    TuTu New User

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    Hi everybody,

    I'm currently using the US version of Wilson Ncode 6.1 Tour 90.

    But after a 2 set play of single, I tend to get tire on the 3rd set. And my pace slowed down.

    The Asian/Japan version of Wilson Ncode 6.1 Tour 90 is slightly less than 12 oz.

    I'm thinking with less than 1 oz at hand, it should enable me to play longer. Or may be play a game of double, after single : p

    So my questions,

    1) Is the Wilson Ncode 6.1 Tour 90 (Asian Version) a good back-up racquet?

    2) Or should i get myself a Wilson Ncode 6.1 95 (US version) as a back-up?

    3) Please comment Wilson Ncode 6.1 Tour 90 (Japan Version)? Anyone are welcome.

    Thank you.
     
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  2. drakulie

    drakulie Talk Tennis Guru

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    I have always felt that if you are going to have a primary raquet that you really enjoy, get a second one of the same kind.

    Maybe after acouple of weeks you will get used to the weight, and be able to play with it longer.

    Godd Luck.
     
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  3. BigK35

    BigK35 New User

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    Don't use a different racquet, it will be hard to adjust during a match. Either you get used to the weight, or change your strategy for the 3rd set. Hit balls high over the net with a lot of top sping pushing your opponnet far behind the base line. Lob to a corner and come to net. Throw in some drop shots and when your opponnet is at net lob it over him. Be smart with angles.

    -BigK35-
     
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