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    What was Jimmy Connors Racket History

    His prototype of PS 6.0 was different from what we know as this racquet (Stefan, Jim, Pete and others used).
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    Rosque Tanner had the hardest serve of all time?

    What did he say about PDP?
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    Players used Pro Kennex racquets.

    Ok, all the pictures are great. Always wonder about Marlboro Classic tennis outfit, as well as Wimbledon.
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    Djokovic News

    Which one is not boring?
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    Players used Pro Kennex racquets.

    Sorry, this is not Wally.
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    Rosque Tanner had the hardest serve of all time?

    Definitely. I confirm this post 100 per cent. Actually metal is more powerful than wood but not par with graphite of course.
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    How old does a frame have to be before it's considered "classic"

    Not only wood, metal or fiberglass and fiberglass composite but also all graphite and graphite composite of the 80's and first half of the 90's.
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    Rosque Tanner had the hardest serve of all time?

    As i know Tanner served with a metal racquet not wood.
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    Most Overrated and Underrated ATGs

    Lendl is underrated and Federer is overated
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    More Powerful FH: Verdasco or Thiem?

    Gonzo beats them all
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    Tennis Warehouse Brandography: Indepth Look into Your Favorite Tennis Brands

    Please make the stories about all great Italian tennis brands: Fila, Diadora, ST, Australian, Ellesse, Superga, etc.
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    What happened with Wawrinka?

    He wasn't care about all games except first against Nadal lately.
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    Serena Williams withdraws from Rome with injured knee

    Due to a continuing unability to play tennis sv has been forced to pull out of wta tour. At last.
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    Serena Williams withdraws from Rome with injured knee

    The idiicy continues because of all this hype she tries to wave around her.
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    Serena Williams withdraws from Rome with injured knee

    How long could he handle this? 10 seconds?
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    Best racquet to never win a grand slam?

    I could change balance by myself, no problem. But plow through is like Rios forehand
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    Best racquet to never win a grand slam?

    At that tlme (second half of the 80's) the only top male player used Yonex was Gomes. But he wasn't my hero. I remember how i was dissapointed discover that Pat switched from mega popular Prince (he played with metal Magnesium Pro 90) to strange head shape Yonex (R-50 was his first Yonex). It...
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    Best racquet to never win a grand slam?

    No, i got RQ-180 because one of my favourites Cash played with it.
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    Best racquet to never win a grand slam?

    I like RD-7 for plowing through. Got three sticks with little dif pj.
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    Best racquet to never win a grand slam?

    The most flex Yonex i played was RQ-180.
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    Best racquet to never win a grand slam?

    I see. I think not flex like Volkl C10Pro?
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    Volkl servo soft

    Sovoet tennis federation got a contract with Volkl for racquets, shoes, apparels, etc. The racquets were good, the rest of the stuff not.
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    Volkl servo soft

    Yes, watched Hanika used it. Yellow pj.
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    Best racquet to never win a grand slam?

    Stiff but played like wet noodle?
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    Volkl servo soft

    I think at one moment all top players of Soviet national team player with this model.
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    Best racquet to never win a grand slam?

    Never played with Super RD Tour.
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    Pros with most / least switch of racket brand in his career?

    Talking Safin? He could try Dunlop during training sessions but in official matches I think he played with Dunlop pj of PC600. He still uses (when plays exhibitions) different pj of Prestige Mid.
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    Best racquet to never win a grand slam?

    Ok, so my three RD-7 fit my game better, I like heavier frames standard length.
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