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Old 10-12-2012, 04:33 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by djNEiGht View Post
i'm not picky w my food

the way my current london is set up seems to give me some nice stability and is still very quick to move around. has some nice pop yet can handle heavy shots fr opponents.

could you expand you comparison?
Alrighty. I don't think I can expand it further. Yes, the London's stable and very quick and can handle heavy shots as well as send out heavy shots. All I'd like to compare is the feel of the two rackets. And, of course, the result lies in the player and string set up.
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