Boris Becker 1995 Limited Edition Racquet

vmosrafa08

Semi-Pro




Technical Specifications

Head size: 92 in² = 593 cm²

Grip size: L 2 = 4 1/4

Length: 68,5 cm

Weight: ca. 340 g

String Pattern: 16 mains / 19 crosses
 

vmosrafa08

Semi-Pro
haha, i got these pics from a website - i can't afford to pay 900 dollars for a tennis racquet. Isn't it really cool? Only 3000 were made.
 

Equijet

Rookie
haha, i got these pics from a website - i can't afford to pay 900 dollars for a tennis racquet. Isn't it really cool? Only 3000 were made.
Vmosrafa08, Great find! I'll post my connection of Boris Becker's personal rackets and the variant models with the insight story on this forum soon. :)
 
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galain

Hall of Fame
Vmosrafa08, Great find! I'll post my connection of Boris Becker's personal rackets and the variant models with the insight story on this forum soon. :)
Equijet - you leave me speechless! Is there anyone's frames you don't have access to? Unglaublich!
 

gsntech1

New User
I HAVE 3 OF THESE BABIES. THEY WERE NOT AS HARD TO COME BY AS YOU THINK. 1 WORD - ****! THERE IS SOME HISTORY AS FAR AS WHERE THESE WERE SOLD, WHEN AND IN WHAT VARIATIONS(THERE WERE 3 PACKAGES). IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED I CAN ELABORATE MORE LATER.

1 OF THE ONES I HAVE IS INDEED IN THIS WALNUT CASE. I THINK I PAID 350 BUCKS FOR IT TOPS. ITS BRAND NEW WITH WRAPPING ON THE HANDLE. THE OTHER 2 ARE AS GOOD AS NEW, MAYBE PLAYED 1 OR 2 TIMES AT MOST. AGAIN **** FOR LESS THEN 180 BUCKS. INCREDIBLE DEAL. ALL 3 OUT OF EUROPE(UK, GERMANY AND HOLLAND)

JUST OUT OF CURIOSITY, WHERE DID YOU FIND INFO ON THE WEB YOU SAY ON THIS FRAME? I HARDLY FOUND ANYTHING ON IT AT ALL. THERE ARE HOWEVER 2 LINKS ILL INCLUDE HERE FOR ANY BECKER FANS. BOTH ARE PRETTY ACCURATE WITH MAYBE TINY BITS MISSING HERE AND THERE. THIS FRAME IS MENTIONED IN BOTH OF THEM I THINK

http://80s-tennis.com/pages/boris-becker.html

http://reviews.*********/Boris-Becker-apos-s-early-racquet-history_W0QQugidZ10000000002317569

ENJOY!!!!!!!!
 

vmosrafa08

Semi-Pro
I HAVE 3 OF THESE BABIES. THEY WERE NOT AS HARD TO COME BY AS YOU THINK. 1 WORD - ****! THERE IS SOME HISTORY AS FAR AS WHERE THESE WERE SOLD, WHEN AND IN WHAT VARIATIONS(THERE WERE 3 PACKAGES). IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED I CAN ELABORATE MORE LATER.

1 OF THE ONES I HAVE IS INDEED IN THIS WALNUT CASE. I THINK I PAID 350 BUCKS FOR IT TOPS. ITS BRAND NEW WITH WRAPPING ON THE HANDLE. THE OTHER 2 ARE AS GOOD AS NEW, MAYBE PLAYED 1 OR 2 TIMES AT MOST. AGAIN **** FOR LESS THEN 180 BUCKS. INCREDIBLE DEAL. ALL 3 OUT OF EUROPE(UK, GERMANY AND HOLLAND)

JUST OUT OF CURIOSITY, WHERE DID YOU FIND INFO ON THE WEB YOU SAY ON THIS FRAME? I HARDLY FOUND ANYTHING ON IT AT ALL. THERE ARE HOWEVER 2 LINKS ILL INCLUDE HERE FOR ANY BECKER FANS. BOTH ARE PRETTY ACCURATE WITH MAYBE TINY BITS MISSING HERE AND THERE. THIS FRAME IS MENTIONED IN BOTH OF THEM I THINK

http://80s-tennis.com/pages/boris-becker.html

http://reviews.*********/Boris-Becker-apos-s-early-racquet-history_W0QQugidZ10000000002317569

ENJOY!!!!!!!!
It was some website called Racket24.com. They are selling it for like 900 dollars!
 

!Tym

Hall of Fame
Damn that's one ugly stick!, but Becker was a great player:)
Wow, are you serious? I always thought the unique Estusa/Puma shape that Becker used was pasion and art personified in a racket, in the form of a racket. Just beautiful, BEAUTIFUL sticks, shape, and form in Becker's old rackets imo.

The paint scheme is amazingly simple, clean, and beautiful to me.

Oh well, different strokes for different folks I guess.
 

jimbo333

Hall of Fame
Wow, are you serious? I always thought the unique Estusa/Puma shape that Becker used was pasion and art personified in a racket, in the form of a racket. Just beautiful, BEAUTIFUL sticks, shape, and form in Becker's old rackets imo.

The paint scheme is amazingly simple, clean, and beautiful to me.

Oh well, different strokes for different folks I guess.
Are you joking about this being a beautiful racquet?

A great racquet yeah, no doubt about that!

But certainly not beautiful; maybe strong and powerful looking. But in my opinion it just sort of looks wrong! I've always thought that about this racquet!!!
 

PBODY99

Legend
The Kneissl Star frames had the same general shape. It was to have more of the hitting area low in the racket face. The beam was much broader' as it was an injection molded frame.
 

jimbo333

Hall of Fame
The Kneissl Star frames had the same general shape. It was to have more of the hitting area low in the racket face. The beam was much broader' as it was an injection molded frame.
Sorry, but I'm going to have to completely disagree with you here!

The Kneissl Star frames (one of my all-time favourite frames) look completely totally different!!

And the racquet was not an IMF Racquet!!!

The only thing I will agree is that they did both have low in the racquet sweet spots, other than that I wouldn't agree with you about this:)
 

MRG

New User
I got 2 of them at home with one of them in a walnut case and with plastic still on handle.

Another one in 9x% new condition but I never play with them.

But I did play with Puma Super and Estusa Powerbeam Pro for quite some years.
 

gsntech1

New User
I got 2 of them at home with one of them in a walnut case and with plastic still on handle.

Another one in 9x% new condition but I never play with them.

But I did play with Puma Super and Estusa Powerbeam Pro for quite some years.
are you interested in selling the 1995 limited edition frames by any chance?
 
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