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Old 01-19-2013, 07:44 PM   #8
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Don't worry. If you can play tennis these racquets aren't racquet launchers. Just put some good 16g poly in the racquet and have fun. The racquet hits with lots of spin and the ball will dip in if you know what you're doing.

Personally, if you've played the PD in the past the 99S, I think, would be a better fit for you. Just demo both of them and see which one you like the most. My bet is on the 99S. Really good stick.
I can play tennis with no problems, but if you have full strokes even with a lot of spin these rackets are a little to powerful. Unless you really don't know how to hit the ball hard and you need the extra power. To me it had good power and was pretty good on approach shots, you just have to let it go and rip it and with enough spin the ball goes down pretty well. But on average rallys or on the slice backhand it was easy to float the ball long.
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