Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by dantheman, Apr 4, 2010.
use the Prince Exo3 Rebel ?
I think theres a Chilean by the name of Aguilar who uses it.
I was actually wondering the same thing. Doesn't seem too popular with pros. Then again, you can't really do a pj of the o ports.
i use it and its the greatest racquet ever
If it had an open string pattern than I would consider that last statement.
How does it compare to the Prestige MP?
JUST LOOK AT MY SIGNATURE
I'm guessing WAY different.
If you wanted a Rebel with an open string pattern, why not consider the Ignite?
Look at the prince exo3 ignite. it has a 16x18 pattern and keeps most of the weight.
The Ignite rocks! Sorry about the useless reply but i had to get it out. I am easily excited.
the rebel is a great racquet idk not alot of pros use it
I'll have to demo this racquet.
The Reb is a great racket I agree. It's got a lot of effortless power but it comes in a very solid, low powered, control-orientated form - which means you really need to get the frame in motion to get that effortless power... big on serve... big on the 2hbh side... i just clicked with frame, especially after going to soft poly @ low tension (50lbs) and adding lead (@ 12). If it was open-pattern, I might still be playing it.
BTW... the OP/others do of course realise Gael doesn't play the Reb the public buys?... his is a special custom job Reb based on the specs of his old PC600.
the ignites beam is too thick and it has too much power. ive played with it and it just isnt as good as rebel.NOTHING IS
Roger, like and agree with your sig!... LOL!
your the man ross
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