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donnayblack99 12-09-2012 10:40 AM

Chris- need some help
 
Chris- I'm in my late 30s, former NCAA div 1 singles player. It I haven't played a singles match in almost 10 years. I've been holding on to my last couple Wilson ps 6.1 classics that I got with my player package back in 1991.

I coach my 10 yr old son who has played with many different sticks in the past couple of years. I'm looking to really get back into the game. Looking for a nice mid stick. Looking hard at the volkl PBS 10 and the Wilson blade 93 or the yonex 89. Any thoughts? I've had bad elbow and shoulder problems in the past that sidelined my NCAA career. Looking for something forgiving yet very stable. Looking at your videos, I have Andy's ability with the legs of a 39 year old.
Cheers!

LeeD 12-09-2012 11:32 AM

HeadMicroGelMid, for 89 bucks strung with strings that aren't bad once you hit 50 shots.

TW Staff 12-11-2012 09:03 AM

I think you should definitely demo the three racquets you have mentioned and maybe add in the C10 Pro as it is very forgiving and offers good stability. The Prestige Pro is worth a look as are the ProKennex QTour and Donnay Pro One 18x20 (both of which you'd likely add weight to).

Hope that helps,
Chris, TW

donnayblack99 12-11-2012 10:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TW Staff (Post 7057803)
I think you should definitely demo the three racquets you have mentioned and maybe add in the C10 Pro as it is very forgiving and offers good stability. The Prestige Pro is worth a look as are the ProKennex QTour and Donnay Pro One 18x20 (both of which you'd likely add weight to).

Hope that helps,
Chris, TW


Thanks for the reply. Will do... :)


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