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Old 06-02-2005, 09:11 PM   #25
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No need to be embarrassed. What would be even more embarrassing is trying to use a Maxply these days playing against someone using a modern graphite racquet. Yikes!!!

Yes, the PS 6.0 95 isn't the most stable feeling stock. I guess that's why so many users add lead tape. However, it has that raw, natural, flexy, wood-like feel that many, including me, seem to like. It has a tiny sweetspot, but when you hit it, nothing feels better IMHO. Miss the sweetspot and be ready for some vibration. It also hits slices like a hot knife through butter! Next time you get your hands on a PS 6.0 95, I suggest trying some serves with it. Next to backhand slices, serving is its strongest suit.
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