Anybody got any ideas on the SW and Static Weight? I thought I read somewhere on here that a guy was talking to his coach around the US Open time last year and it weighed something like 375g? We all know it's a Prestige Pro....
SEARCH man.Anybody got any ideas on the SW and Static Weight? I thought I read somewhere on here that a guy was talking to his coach around the US Open time last year and it weighed something like 375g? We all know it's a Prestige Pro....
I still want a numerical value. Some people say around here that it's now around 340ish or 350, but there's no definitive answer. All pure speculation.Well he said he moved some weight from the head to the handle to make it more even balanced. So i assume its not as high as it used to be
Apologies if i didnt reply, like i said i'm on holiday so i'm not online every day.ericsson, I'm sure I've asked you before but which one feels heavier when you just wave it around in your hand - the Stepanek racquet or the Murray racquet?
Like mentioned it is Tourna but i cant say from the top of my head if it is XL or not.ericsson , can you let me know what overgrip is that please??
Yeah. I remember that thread. ericsson provided that balance from the same racquet he posted in here. If only I knew the SW, his specs would be complete.Not sure on the swingweight but I did recall the balance as 33.2cm now from some one on here.
Haha I'm not calling you out or anything. Even still, your estimate is probably rather accurate, or at least in the low 350's range of SW.[d]ragon;5231532 said:Yea I read that thread again and I don't remember where I got that number from
That's why I believe we should be a little more patient with folks seeking pro frame information. Too often Other TT vets (not Jack) smack down new members with stuff like "search". Yeah, they probably should, but with specs they can change or, more likely, old intel might be incorrect and someone has new intel that's more correct. Can't hurt to seek the latest info or re-confirm old intel.I recall seeing Murray's SW On Greg Raven's site a few years ago. It's in there somewhere, but old news by now.