Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by Conquistador, May 22, 2009.
when was the last time a professional used a Prince TT Warrior racquet in play?
About a week ago, David Ferrer uses a tt Warrior.
David uses a Prince Shark DB midplus and a Prince Vendetta DB.
Nope, it is a TT warrior under the paint, Vendetta is the same racquet
The specs have to be different-other wise they couldnt have sold it overseas.
1. Why would he use 2 different rackets?
2. He uses the Warrior. No reason to not pj a stick that's been outdated in Prince's fleet of rackets for a while.
Same specs, sold in Japan with slightly different paint that is all.
You asked the same question a few months ago , and got the same answer, why don't you believe it?
These are fact. Look up any recent David Ferrer image and you will see these racquets. Ferrer just recently lost to Nadal in Barcelona--so look that up.
Ok so he got a pj, but we still believe that he's rocking a TT Warrior out there.
http://www.gettyimages.com/Search/S...ial&p=David Ferrer &assetType=image&src=quick
In the pics of Ferrer in this search, he's obviously hitting with a TT Warrior or at least using a TT Warrior pj.
The DB Vendetta is SOLD in some areas. Paintjobs cannot be mass produced. The Vendetta and Warrior are different racquets with different specifications
You can clearly see the rubber, double bridge dampener in the throat of the racquet just like the TT Warrior, it is a paintjob.
Thats a prince shark db midplus. I used to have one. Look at the color scheme. Also David Ferrer is listed as using the Prince SHARK on their website. Its no PAINTJOB--Lets let everyone know.
Seriously man, for the last damn time he uses a TT warrior that is modified to be slightly longer in the handle, it has been covered at least 20 times on this forum.
You seriously don't know what the Shark DB MP looked or the TT Warrior looks like. Ferrer uses the TT Warrior with various paint jobs.
Here is the real Shark DB MP.
The head shape is totally different from Ferrer's. The throat bridge is way wider on the Shark DB that on Ferrer's racquet.
That's no shark racquet head, it looks like it's from the mold as the Warrior.
Why not? All retail racquets are painted, aren't they? They can paint any racquet they want, however they want it, and as many of them as they want. There's nothing stopping the manufacturers from doing as they please.
BTW, the entire Head factory in Austria now does nothing but mass produce paintjobs - around 50,000 a year or so.
my last db warrior...
^Cool. Paintjob looks the same as the current Vendetta DB. Wonder why they changed the name?
So that like people in this thread people would think that it was a new and different racket and get all excited and go out and buy one?
Wait...so whats the difference between the DB warrior and the TT warrior?
One has a DB instead of a TT.
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