My guess was that they put the pt630 pj on this racket in this pic. I think this was head graphite 600
Looks like even back in the day they had paintjobs. This is obviously not a pro tour since not box beam ;)
Yes my concern was that the end of the hairpin breaks of. Not the pallets. I removed the trap door cap and the graphite layers already look flayed at the points where the staples enter.
dont want to destroy my expensive pt57as ;)
Toss more in front and snap the wrist a bit more. This easy ly makes the serve 2 feet shorter. The important thing is that the frame gives you the acceleration to hit >120mph. The rest can be made through small technique adjustments
Does anyone know (or have experience with) if too many pallet changes and again and again stapling the buttcap into the hairpin destroy the end of the hairpin so that it becomes weak and and eventually break off and hence destroy the racket?
background is that I want to change all my pt57afrom...
Just buy an lm radical or ti radical and customize it to noles specs. That’s likely the closest you can get. Or try to get a pt113 or 346 from a pro not as famous as nole. Than you only have to pay 800 instead of couple of thousands ;)