Help me!

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by guitarplayer, Jan 25, 2012.

  1. guitarplayer

    guitarplayer Guest

    Ok, 4.0 league player. Can hold my own vs. 4.5 club players as well. In my mid 50's, good shape, mainly a baseliner. Like to hit hard with topspin, use both a single and 2hbh.

    Grew up on Wilson Pro Staffs, then the POG 107. Past 10 years, mainly Head frames, ti Radicals...use the mid and the OS. Also the yellow and black Radical Tours. Filled around for fun with some light weight OS frames, head ti S 7 and the ti S2.

    A month ago as previously stated I found a Wilson Roger Fed 110 aluminum Walmart frame at the club in a trash can. For fun I played with it. I can not miss. It's low powered, 110 head, 10.6 oz, and 4 pts head light. So, like a good boy, I went to Walmart and bought 2 more. Strung with NRG and one with Fortin Thin Blend. I have been playing lights out for two months now! It feels freakin perfect. These things are like $19 dollars, but I am kicking ass with it.

    The frames are quite flexible, our club stringer wants to kill me. He dents the frames and is afraid they won't last. I agree. So........what frame out there is simmilar specs...preferably Wilson.....since I like the way their handles fit me. Crazy huh?

    So, near 110 head size, 10.5 oz range, 4 pts head light, and flexible frame. Thanks

    Oh, here they are....[​IMG]
  2. floydcouncil

    floydcouncil Professional

    Feb 2, 2010
    Pro Staff 6.0 85... you'll instantly become a 5.0 player with it.
  3. Overheadsmash

    Overheadsmash Professional

    Mar 13, 2010
    Guitar player what part of Ohio are you in? I'm in the northeast.
  4. guitarplayer

    guitarplayer Guest

  5. guitarplayer

    guitarplayer Guest

    I do come to Canton once a month for work. Usually spend the night. Could do with a hitting partner when I come. Otherwise it's dinner and back to the hotel.
  6. Overheadsmash

    Overheadsmash Professional

    Mar 13, 2010
    I'm east of Cleveland along the lake. Canton is about an hour and a half from here.
  7. Vasuri

    Vasuri New User

    Jan 12, 2012
    Blx Blade Team, 104 size, 10.7 weight, 3 hl, 53 stiffness. A little smaller than what you are looking for, but very flexible for a wilson...
  8. guitarplayer

    guitarplayer Guest

    I was just looking at that. Pretty close specs. Think I'll try it.
  9. Chyeaah

    Chyeaah Professional

    Sep 23, 2011
    Wouldn't graphite racquets always be more powerful than aluminium ones.
  10. redbirdone

    redbirdone New User

    Jan 24, 2012
    what about a Ksix.two? 10.5oz, 100sq in, and 3pts HL? $70 at TW vs. over $100 more for the BLX blade team
  11. guitarplayer

    guitarplayer Guest

    Yes, another good idea. Thanks guys.

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