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Old 01-12-2013, 12:42 PM   #8
deco0028
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Originally Posted by Gonzalito17 View Post
How old is the R22? Looks like an 80s racquet. I just bought one today for $6.99, can't wait to test it.
Hi Gonzalito
Had a chance to hit with both the R-22 and R-32 yesterday.

R-22 is lighter to swing, cuts through the air easier, easy access to topspin. Heavy ball. Good slice.

R-32 feels like it has a heavier SW, less spin, probably due to the SW, equally hefty ball.

Only did groundstrokes. No chance to volley or serve.

I hit less errors with the 90 sq in Yonex's than I do with my Dunlop 4D 200 Tour.
I actually think the access to topspin is better on the Yonex's, despite the old strings.
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