wilson pro staff 95 original

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by flashestennis08, Feb 27, 2006.

  1. flashestennis08

    flashestennis08 New User

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    after playing with my 200g i want to try on more raquet before i decide to stick with my 200g, are these 2 raquet anything alike? from what i have read, alot of people like the prostaff 95 original, is it worth demoing or just goin out and buying?
     
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  2. rocket

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    I haven't played with the 200g so can't say, but I'd suggest you demo the 6.0 95 before buying, since only you will know whether it's worth switching or not. :D
     
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  3. ShooterMcMarco

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    You should always demo before you buy. For me, I didn't feel that the racquet was stable in stock form so I've added 6 grams of lead @ 3 and 9 and now its just awesome :)
     
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  4. BreakPoint

    BreakPoint Bionic Poster

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    The PS 6.0 95 feels very different from the 200G (assuming you mean the HM200G, but they all feel different anyway). The PS 6.0 95 has a stiff throat and the very flexible hoop and is extremely headlight. The 200G is flexible throughout the frame and is less headlight and more evenly balanced. The PS 6.0 95 also has a very open 16x18 string pattern, whereas, the 200G has a very dense 18x20 pattern, which makes the 200G's stringbed feel firmer and not as crisp, and makes it harder to generate spin compared to the PS 6.0 95.

    I would definitely try demoing it first, but of course, if money is not an issue then you could just buy it as there's a strong resale market for the PS 6.0 95.
     
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