Dunlop Max 200g L Pro

jhupper

Rookie
Hi, does anyone have any info on the Dunlop Max 200g L Pro?

I can't find much about it but it just appears to be a 26" version, seems to be same construction as the 27".
 

wombat

New User
Geez I hope it isn't a 26in length, as I just pulled the trigger on one on ****. I was under the impression the "L" meant lightweight version.

Wasn't aware of any IMF racquets manufactured below 27inch length.

Sure that's right yonexRx32?
 

teachingprotx

Hall of Fame
Geez I hope it isn't a 26in length, as I just pulled the trigger on one on ****. I was under the impression the "L" meant lightweight version.

Wasn't aware of any IMF racquets manufactured below 27inch length.

Sure that's right yonexRx32?
If it’s a 26 I’m very interested if you get it and it’s a shorty . And you hate it let me know :)
For your sake tho I hope it’s what your looking for . I would assume the seller would have said it was a junior
 

teachingprotx

Hall of Fame
HOLY JESUS . WHOA . I have never in my life seen this ever .matter of fact this is cool news but terrible for me .. I bet and won and COLLECTED A $$$$$$100 bet once many years ago on this very topic ..
back then I was in south Florida and was in a friend team of stringers.. one of them and the only one of them was the MRT of the group. So he was the leader per say .. he had a wealth of racket knowledge that was amazing . Not as good as others on these boards but this was before I was ever on Tennis talk boards ..
anyway we got into a heated discussion over wether or not there was a junior 26 version ( real racket no aluminum cheapies) of the infamous dun max 200 g from the early 1980’s .. not the later year versions but the “ McEnroe/ steffi stick..
The MRT SAID yes there was .. I said no waytheee was .. so we laid down a bet .. $100. To prove with one picture that it existed ...he could not produce a photo .. gave him 30 days to find one ..
nothing .............
So he begrudgingly paid me ..
back then $100 bux was a lot of money .. I bought a polo and spent the rest on beers during our next few hang outs ..
Dear Todd, if your on these boards . This is me Joey .. I owe you $ 100 man , I’m so sorry ! You were right .
 

teachingprotx

Hall of Fame

Here’s what the Junior looks like.
RDM - wow man is this yours ? And if not. Have you ever seen one of these in person ?
Maybe it’s a euro release only ?
I thought I’d topped my own self when I found a kneiisl white masters 26 junior made entirely of wood .. but this now kills that ... super cool.
I bet this thing hits awesome too. Just imagine a lighter max 200 G maybe 11oz strung ! Mmmm mmmm mmmmm yes please
 

RDM

Rookie
RDM - wow man is this yours ? And if not. Have you ever seen one of these in person ?
Maybe it’s a euro release only ?
I thought I’d topped my own self when I found a kneiisl white masters 26 junior made entirely of wood .. but this now kills that ... super cool.
I bet this thing hits awesome too. Just imagine a lighter max 200 G maybe 11oz strung ! Mmmm mmmm mmmmm yes please
This is not mine, and I have never seen one.
I found this image on that unmentionable online auction site from a “sold” listing when I did a search for Dunlop Max 200 Jnr. The listing was in the UK and went pretty cheaply too.
 
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wombat

New User
I can confirm after receiving my max 200g L Pro that it is indeed 26 in

I'm a little deflated to be honest, as there was basically little to no information on the net to suggest there was a 26in version of this racquet. The 'L' is such an odd designation to assign to a racquet to suggest it was a junior racquet. Took ages to get to me here in Australia.

Not sure what to do now, as it is in nice condition with the matching cover, but was wanting a full size one to have a hit with. Any chance of extending the handle on this thing?
 
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