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Old 11-11-2012, 01:24 PM   #11
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Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Greensboro, NC
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Originally Posted by Hannah19 View Post
Basically, Yes.
I'm strugling with the rackets behind the desk and cupboards.
And some of the steel shaft wood rackets. Is that blue one a Grays?
I did add the Dynaspot to the lot, the one left of the Davis Topspin looks like a JK Autograph but apparently is'nt.
The one hanging on the cupboard, right from the Bergelin, might be a Rox Pro Space T1. Than offcourse the Dunlop Superlongs but no real idea which models they are, to modern...
The one right from the Gripper looks like a Donnay Revolutive, That Fischer Tuning could be a Superform Open version.
The rest remains too blurry or to hidden for me to identify.

The blue single steel shaft racket (or "racquet" since it's British) is a Gray's "Silver Gray."

The one to the left of the Davis Topspin is a JK autograph "midsize."

The one hanging on the cupboard, right from the Bergelin (MacGregor) is a Fischer racket, not a Rox Pro. I won't tell you which specific model in case you want to guess.

The one to the right of the Gripper is a Donnay Revolutive Apollo Variable Balance System. The weights are in the blue pouch.

Both Fischer "tuning" rackets are "Superform Tuning" models. The bottom one is a 1st generation and the top one is 2nd generation.

The Dunlop Superlongs are the 2.25 version (29 and 1/4 inch long). I bought them because they are 1/4 inch longer than legal.

That gives you about 5 more correct so you are closing in on 80. +/- 60 correct and another +/- 10 so close you should get credit for them.
Collecting and hitting with anything "odd"
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