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Old 12-19-2012, 10:01 AM   #5
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Yes to OP. I played with the Max 200 G for many years and then bought and spent a summer with a PS 6.0/85. While the PS was much better for my serve, and whippier for my forehand drive, the Max outshone it in other categories. . . it was a much more aggressive frame and excellent for mixing it up. Felt like a much larger sweet spot, and the weight made off center shots work just fine. Pickem up and getem back.
I was hitting with the 200g, Wilson JackKramer prostaff 85 and the Wilson 6.0 85 side by side. The wilson 85s both are much easier to whip, feels much ligher to swing, but the sweet spot of 200g is just obviously feels bigger and sweet. I can't put it down. The wilson 85s felt tiny compared to the 200g on ground strokes.
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