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Old 01-09-2013, 11:27 PM   #20
BoingTennis
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Originally Posted by Chotobaka View Post
The "hard" responses in this thread reaffirm my observation that many people here -- mostly the barely post pubescent -- speak of what they do not know. You have to be out of your M'fing mind to describe these as "hard as a rock". Or more likely, you have never used Micro-X balls, or have zero experience with other "pressureless type" balls. Typical TT.
I completely agree that the Micro-X are not "rock-hard". However, they are definitely harder compared to normal pressurized balls.

Gotta be clear here, are we comparing the Micro-X to other pressureless or normal balls.

I have always used the Micro-X with my Lobster until recently I switched to these Wilson Trainer pressureless balls. They are much cheaper at approx USD65 for a bag of 60. They don't lose their bounce and they are softer than the Micro-X.

IMO, these Wilson Trainer balls are the closest thing to a normal pressurized ball. However, I'm not sure if these Wilson Trainer is available in the States.


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