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Old 12-18-2012, 08:34 PM   #28
r5d3
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There's definitely been improvements over the last ten years. Whether every generation improves on the last is questionable, but I definitely saw a difference between the sticks from then and now. In 2010 I was still playing with a Wilson (gold frame, red cover, all I can remember) and a Pro Kennex from around 2000. I then bought the Head TiS6 and felt a noticable improvement immediately, especially once restrung. Then in April I bought a new Pure Drive, and it has definitely improved my shot-making from the Head, and I'm currently a 3.5 at best. Unfortunately I'm likely going to remove the Babolat from the bag (tend to end up with arm and shoulder discomfort) and buy the Oraganix V1 MP soon, but I then hope not to buy another racquet for 4-5 years.
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