Yonex RDX 500s

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Thaimyshoe, Mar 5, 2006.

  1. Thaimyshoe

    Thaimyshoe New User

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    I was curious, on TW it said that the Yonex RDX 500 respective headsizes imply. I was curious if that only applies to the midsize or all of them (mid, midplus, HD) because i was thinking about demoing the HD, and I don't really like anything over the headsize 98.

    Thanks,
     
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  2. Mugatu

    Mugatu Rookie

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    i don't fully understand what ur saying/asking but... mid is 90, the midplus is 98. the HD only comes in MP (ie. 98 )
     
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  3. jtreed2000

    jtreed2000 Rookie

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    It may be referring to Yonex claim that the isometric design yields a larger sweetspot. Therefor, it plays larger than what it's listed as. This would apply to any isometric design in theory.

    The mid and MP 500 are both nice racquets in my opinion. I'm using the MP now.
     
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  4. Kevo

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    I've played the Mid and MP and they are both very nice. I would just go ahead and demo the HD if you're interested in it. The frame shape doesn't really do much other than expand the sweetspot a bit. IMO it doesn't make the frame feel any bigger when playing with it.
     
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