|09-08-2004, 01:12 PM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2004
TW 'Racquet Testers'....
For any of the TW Playtesters (or anyone else for that matter):
Can you compare any of the following pairs of racquets?
1) Yonex RDX-500 Midplus to the Yonex MP-1 Tour Midplus.
2) Wilson nCode nSix-One 95 to the Wilson Hyper ProStaff 6.1 95.
3) Volkl Tour 10 V-Engine 98 to the Volkl Tour 10 98.
I used to own (and played with quite a bit) the Yonex MP-1 Tour Midplus. I currently own (and have used often) the Wilson Hyper ProStaff 6.1 95. I have demoed the Volkl Tour 10 98 on two seperate occasions.
FYI: I currently use the Prince Original Graphite Mid. I'm a 4.5 baseliner who uses quite a bit of spin (top and slice) and uses patience, a strong backhand, and hustle to beat opponents.
I'm looking for a racquet that will give me a little more power on my flat serves as well as on groundstrokes (so I don't have to work quite so hard to put the ball away); something that feels solid (like the POG); and a racquet that performs better at net (the POG mid seems a little small once I get up there and it doesn't have enough pop to really make powerful volleys).
Thanks for any comparisons you can give!!!
|09-10-2004, 05:22 PM||#4|
Join Date: Jan 2004
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Please see the other post on the Yonex racquets as I compare the MP and RDX Midplus racquets there. As for the Wilson racquets, I thought the nCode had a more lively feel to it. If some more pop is what you are seeking, then you should give the nSix-One 95 a demo. I would say the same for the Volkl Tour 10 V-Engine Midplus. I liked the lively and spin friendly feel off the stringbed of the V-Engine 10 MP.
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