Which is totally crazy. He's barely older than Federer.
How one can check the code of Prestige Tour 600 - whether this is PT10 as well? Are the pallets easy to remove in this rackets?Sandra Dopfer of Austria at the 1993 French Open playing with the Prestige Tour 600 with neon green bumper guard and grommets from the Prestige 600
You can’t change the pallets on the Prestige Tour 600 suspension grip. The suspension grip is just that it’s suspended on the hairpin. And the Prestige Tour 600 has a uniquely shaped hairpin. Other than the different handle system of the Prestige Tour 600 it is the same layup and mold. If it makes you happy to call it a PT10 go aheadHow one can check the code of Prestige Tour 600 - whether this is PT10 as well? Are the pallets easy to remove in this rackets?
Also - the suspension grip - was it part of older PT10 familly?
And if my Prestige Tour 600 aren’t PT10 - what other codes they can have and aren’t they closer in feel to PT10 from Innegra Mid?
I recently bought a mint condition of this frame. How does this compare to the classic 600? Any tension recommendation for fullbed poly? ThanksHere are some brand new Prestige Pro 600. These are not mine and I can't remember where I got the photo. Sorry to the owner of theses fine racquets as I can't give you the credit you deserve.
Just imagine if HEAD came to their senses and made a very limited run of these to celebrate 30 years of Prestige.
There’s going to be variances to weight and balance. The layup is identical.Wow, thanks for the quick reply. Same weight, flex and balance? Lastly which would play better? Full bed gut or hybrid gut poly on this stick. My regular racquets are 95 sq inches and use a full bed poly
Thanks for your appreciation [emoji4]I am a bit obsessed with Robin Haase. He was the last atp player that I knew was using pt10. Thanks a lot for this picture daddabompa.