It was glorious. Played with the Diablo starting in 2005 when I returned to tennis after not playing for years. Went to Chicago Golf & Tennis, tried a bunch of racquets on their demo lane and the Diablo was the winner. Played a ton of leagues, tournaments (it was my adult tennis peak) with Diablos for maybe about 5-6 years. Then I inexplicably became a racquet junkie - and went through all sorts of frames, just because I could. My Diablos were lost in the shuffle - one was broke, another I left at a tournament; I bought a third, but then sold it. By the time I wanted Diablo to be my frame again, it was off the market. They're still out there on ****.one of the most underrated rackets in the past 15 years.
It was underrated - I just don't think that many people knew about it. It was during Prince's decline compared to other brands. Though, I thought Capriati used a Diablo paint job for a while; I'm not sure.