wilson nsix one tour...

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by califsurferboy33, Oct 28, 2007.

  1. califsurferboy33

    califsurferboy33 Semi-Pro

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    how's this racket with 2 handed backhands...hard to hit the sweet spot, or is it manageable
     
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  2. tarheels2323

    tarheels2323 Semi-Pro

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    It's not too bad a racquet for two handers if you're a relatively accomplished player (i.e. proper and practiced stroke mechanics). However, when I played with it for a short time (about a month), I switched to a one hander because it seemed that the racquet lends itself to such a shot more so than the two hander. Now, though, I'm playing K90s and my two hander is quite respectable. All in all, the N90 is just like any other player's stick; you get out of it exactly what you put in.
     
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  3. califsurferboy33

    califsurferboy33 Semi-Pro

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    thanks...any other opinions?
     
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  4. J011yroger

    J011yroger G.O.A.T.

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    I do ok with it ;)

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  5. quest01

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    Personally i dont like hitting a two handed backhand with this racket or any 90 sq inch racket. For some reason i have more difficulty hitting a two hander with the n90 and k90 because of the smaller headsize but when I use something larger such as a 95-100 sq inch head my backhand is fine. So for me I think this racket is suited more for people that use a 1 hander.
     
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  6. califsurferboy33

    califsurferboy33 Semi-Pro

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    its interesting because you would think you would get more stability with the second hand therefore have more success
     
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  7. PurePrestige

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    It is not good for the 2hander at all!!!!!11shift+1
     
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  8. tbini87

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    i don't know what makes the racquet better for a 2hbh besides a longer grip... but i thought it was ok for a 2hbh. obviously the frame is fairly small, and i framed my fair share of balls, but that is not the frame's fault!
     
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