Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by smart_player, Aug 23, 2008.
any info would be appreciated e.g
exact model under the pj
weight, balance etc.
thanks in advance
Woodbridge had quite a number of racquets - Yonex and Wilson-, which were you referring to ?
Off the top of my head I can remember:
A few Wilson wide-body frames
Wilson Pro Staff Classic 6.1
Wilson Pro Staff ? (looked exactly like the Classic but had purple graphics)
Wilson Hyper Pro Staff 5.0 (not sure if it was the stretch or not)
Yonex model used only for 12 months before going back to the
Wilson Hyper Pro Staff 5.0
Wilson nPro Surge (since retirement)
All of those racquets were 'paint-free' but I'm not sure if he actually did use the nSix-One 95 or if that was a paint job. However, given the problems he had when he tried to switch away from the HPS 5.0 he might have been loath to make any changes, apart from cosmetics.
What a memory!
Woodbridge would have felt right at home in this forum.
cheers mate, didn't woodbridge actually changed so many times, it's quite unusual for a pro at that level.anyone have an idea on bjorkman's racket?
I got Jonas Bjorkmans racquet from a friend. I think Jonas played with it a couple of years ago, but I'm sure that he is still playing with this racquet with first the ncode and now the K Factor paintjob. This is the Hyper Pro Staff. I'm not sure if this is a paintjob too, but it's possible. It may be the old Pro Staff 6.1?
Here is some info about the racquet:
length: 70 cm
weight (strung): 379 gram
balance (strung): 30.3 cm
It's a heavy racquet with a very head light balance.
Here are some pics too.
toddy also used the profile tour 3.6 but the bat at the moment is think is the hyper pro staff with that was colored in red and yellow jb was using it also.
there is a post where a member of this forum asks info on this frame. he could use your help...
At least at some point, Bjorkman was using a Pro Staff Classic 6.1 Stretch.
That Yonex sandwiched in between the Wilsons is the RD Power 10 Long; Both he and Woodforde switched to Yonex right around Rios' and Hingis' simultaneous runs at world no. 1.
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