Discussion in 'Racquets' started by feyya, May 10, 2008.
I have a chance to get 2 in mint condition for barely nothing. Should i buy?
I hate that racket. It is seriously underpowered and vibrates a lot. Only if you like to add leadtape and you have some strength but otherwise i would never buy it.
Gets great ratings on Tennis.com .I used the 200 g for a while a very solid stick and I have only read positive things with 300 series from Dunlop.From the g series thru the aerogel
Very customizable and IMO, the best feeling of the 300 series.
Requires extra mass to use (efffectively) at higher levels of play.
I use to have it.I wish i could have that deal.there good rackets.
thanks for the insightful replies
if it's barely nothing why should it matter. test them out, you're apparently not losing much.
Ditto :agreed: And to add to that, the racquet was so stiff, it gave me severe shoulder tendonitis. I almost gave up tennis it was so bad. I was just a novice when I had the 300G and didn't know enough about racquets. Switching to a heavier, more flexible racquet later eventually cured the tendonitis.
Have you ended up gettuing them?
getting was what i meant.oops
ya i got em'
IMO, this is an excellent frame. Great on groundies, and a monster volley stick. Serving with it was OK, but as others have suggested, more mass would make it a great serving stick. I would have switched to this frame from the PS85 but they were dicontinued at the time a demoed it.
thanks for the response Drak, but i dont really want to keep them. I need the money because i'm on one of my too frequent racket hunts.
I will buy them from you how much and let me know.
sorry, i'm already going to sell them to a close friend.
dang hey do you have any more 300g.
dang do you have any more 300g in good shape
no, but i got two brand new Mfil 300's just for the collection, so those arent for sale either.
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