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Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Lleyton Hewitt, Aug 22, 2005.

  1. Lleyton Hewitt

    Lleyton Hewitt Professional

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    Anyone ever used the Yonex Mp Tour-1 XF??
    Im gonna buy it soon, does it give u the control and some power???
    Im 13 and im looking for that kind of racket
     
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  2. azak

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    I hope not to be repetitive, but why dont you try out the RDX 500 Mid?
     
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  3. Lleyton Hewitt

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    I dont want to buy a expensive racket just yet im gonna stick with the £50 - £70 range i think the MP Tour-1 XF will do good enough for me
     
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  4. azak

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    oh i see.. i think thats perfect then :D
     
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  5. Lleyton Hewitt

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    Wots the difference between the MP Tour 1 and the MP tour-1 XF???
     
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  6. Askmeo88

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    The XF is for those who can't handle the standard MP Tour-1 (most mortals...).

    Seriously, the XF is lighter, longer and more powerful than the standard. It was actually produced by Yonex since they obviously felt that the MP Tour-1 was probably too unforgiving.
     
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  7. Speedy_tennis

    Speedy_tennis Semi-Pro

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    try it! i heard a friend says this is a good frame!
     
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  8. Lleyton Hewitt

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    So if you had a choice would u pick MP Tour 1 or Mp Tour-1 XF???
     
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  9. Return_Ace

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    my friend has an XF, and its a pretty sweet racket, though i haven't tried the standard Tour 1, i'd describe the XF as crisp, although i like to stick with my Ti-80 which is more 'comfy', btw you can also pick these up for less if you can find the old pj ones.
     
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