How many people still play with rackets that are over 20 years old?

Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by jimanuel12, Feb 6, 2011.

  1. El_Yotamo

    El_Yotamo Semi-Pro

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    I very recently got a first generation Babolat Soft Control, I'm finally gonna hit it for the first time on Sunday! I've heard great things so I'm very excited!
     
  2. Autodidactic player

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    Agreed. A lot of people around here, including me, still play with the Rafter racket, the Prince Precision Response Ti.

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  3. frinton

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    We're organizing a "Golden 70s doubles" tourney at my club, were we provide woddies to the stronger players and old (80s or early 90s) graphite or metall rackets to the lesser ones (from my collection). Adding a few metal and sandwich rackets along maybe with a few unique sticks for good measure. The objective is to have good fun with some (g)old sticks and dress up as vintage as possible for it! I might come back with a few pics after the tourney which is end of September - hopefully we'll have good luck with the weather... then it should be fun!


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  4. GOATn10s

    GOATn10s New User

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    Sorry for the late reply. I just picked one of these up and was wondering what multis and tension you would recommend for a 4.0-4.5 player. Thanks in advance.
     

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