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Old 11-16-2012, 09:17 AM   #11
richsox
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Originally Posted by Peedub View Post
Disclaimer - I have the IG Radical Pro for sale in the classified section but this is NOT meant to be an advert - apologies if it comes across that way

The Rad Pro is a great blend of power and control - it is great on the baseline and serves and is soft on the arm/elbow too.

I have been playing a lot more doubles recently and am switching to the Prestige MP for more maneuverability - perhaps the only downside to the Rad Pro is its relative sluggishness.


Definitely worth a demo.
Thanks Peedub---I've used at times the Radical MP - from a buddy I play with. I do find them to be solid dependable, reliable, but they just don't float my boat - but thanks anyway mate!

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Originally Posted by fuzz nation View Post
You're probably on the right track with the Pure Storms - I'm thinking you might like a frame with more flex than your PD. Keep in mind that if you like the general feel and/or response of a different racquet, it's entirely possible to tune the balance of that racquet to get it more familiar for you. I've done it more than once just because I've always liked racquets with significant HL balance.

Any alternative frames with more flex will probably offer a bit more mellow response or less "pop" than your PD, but if a softer option is also a bit more hefty than your PD, it should still offer plenty of potential to thump the ball well for you. When I switched into my current Volkl C10's, they didn't have that same zip at contact that I got with my old 6.1 Classics, but their flex gave me much more freedom to swing out and not worry about spraying the ball off toward who-knows-where.
Yeah Fuzz, I got high hopes for the PS's - probably thinking I'll like the tour better, but we'll see!
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