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Old 11-16-2012, 05:06 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by morandi View Post
To me it had a better more solid feel on volleys. I think it was partially the balance change, makes for a very very maneuverable racquet, yet whatever they did they were able to make it more solid feeling on impact.
What I find great/weird about the APD is that it has great sensory feedback, meaning that I know exactly whats happening to the ball, where its going etc... It doesn't have "great feel" in the traditional sense like a Prestige, but you can manipulate the ball how you want to.
Thank you! I am looking for something between The PD 2012 and the PDR 2012. This new model seems to fit the spec. Can't wait to demo one.
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