Strongly agree. Special edition should be exact same as the person using.Stupid to make a special retail dr98 for him if he actually plays with xi98
Actually the idea is common in Japan.That is a GREAT idea!
Unsure if this is meant to mock the absurdity of the modern racquet industry's creating of false marketing realities, or of the idea that Kyrgios will suddenly start competing.
My understanding from Yonex is: just a cosmetic change and not an autograph racket. Available retail late Oct 2016.So, the green, yellow and grey racquets started to be associated to girls, and many recreational men players (specialy from asia) steped aside from them.
This seems to be correct. Yonex has them up on their site now. No changes other than the blue cosmetic, offered for both the 98 and 100. Maybe I'll snag one another dr98 in the new colorway somewhere down the line.My understanding from Yonex is: just a cosmetic change and not an autograph racket. Available retail late Oct 2016.
Probably the same with the white R-22.This is like when Yonex made the "Dark Grey" Yonex RQ 180 for Pat Cash as opposed to Martina's "Ivory". Yonex makes such amazing product, I just wish they weren't so "technology" focused and would release a "legacy frame" even with updates yearly. RD-7, Super RD-Tour anyone
YesThe Ezone's are becoming more and more popular with guys. Ana Ivanovic was what sold the AI's and before her Maria Kirileko sold the Xi's...
Nick Kyrigos is good publicity if you believe all publicity is good publicity.
Look on the Yonex page to see how many players are endorsing their products. Look at the prince page. I never thought I'd see the day.