List of players that use the H22?

Alexh22

Professional
If you look at the blade 98 users on ATP most of them are using H22. So many on tour right now to list. Former user including Novak Djokovic.
Don’t get me wrong blade 98 has been a decent racquet but it lacks the controllable power and comfort of H22.
 
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Did Tsonga use it? I know he used the kblade PJ during the same time Djokovic did.
 

blablavla

G.O.A.T.
So many on tour right now to list. Former user including Novak Djokovic.
dude, why are you avoiding me in all threads?
I really want to know in which regular retail, a mere mortal like me can walk in and buy an H22 or H19 from the "honest" manufacturer.
 

moon shot

Hall of Fame
I think Mackenzie Macdonald now uses the H22.
I think it is still a blade unless something has happened more recently

 

blablavla

G.O.A.T.
prostocktennis
that is a very particular retailer, if it would fit the term of regular retailer at all.
and our buddy knows it.

can I demo the racket before buying it?
can I order some grommets at will if I need some?
don't think so.
and I don't see an H22 or H19 paintjob, or H22 or H19 product page on the manufacturer website.
so I would have to buy a frame that has a paintjob of something else, which is the whole point of our buddy complaining about some other manufacturers but being super pleased by Wilson practices.
 

esm

Hall of Fame
that is a very particular retailer, if it would fit the term of regular retailer at all.
and our buddy knows it.

can I demo the racket before buying it?
can I order some grommets at will if I need some?
don't think so.
and I don't see an H22 or H19 paintjob, or H22 or H19 product page on the manufacturer website.
so I would have to buy a frame that has a paintjob of something else, which is the whole point of our buddy complaining about some other manufacturers but being super pleased by Wilson practices.
lol - you'd have more chance of buy "thin air" than a H22 or H19 with spare grommets.
 

zipplock

Hall of Fame
that is a very particular retailer, if it would fit the term of regular retailer at all.
and our buddy knows it.

can I demo the racket before buying it?
can I order some grommets at will if I need some?
don't think so.
and I don't see an H22 or H19 paintjob, or H22 or H19 product page on the manufacturer website.
so I would have to buy a frame that has a paintjob of something else, which is the whole point of our buddy complaining about some other manufacturers but being super pleased by Wilson practices.
Silly question, why does it matter if it's a "regular" retailer or if you can "demo" it? I'm probably missing something, but anyone with the funds can purchase these racquets with relative ease. They exist and you can buy one. No, Wilson doesn't advertise them for sale, because they are not retail racquets, and they don't have their own graphics for the same reason, but so what? If anyone wants to buy one, they can.
 

blablavla

G.O.A.T.
Silly question, why does it matter if it's a "regular" retailer or if you can "demo" it? I'm probably missing something, but anyone with the funds can purchase these racquets with relative ease. They exist and you can buy one. No, Wilson doesn't advertise them for sale, because they are not retail racquets, and they don't have their own graphics for the same reason, but so what? If anyone wants to buy one, they can.
yeah, you'r probably missing all the rants from @Alexh22 in any Head related thread about how unfair is Head towards its customers for not selling them Djokovic and Murray sticks.
 

blablavla

G.O.A.T.
lol - you'd have more chance of buy "thin air" than a H22 or H19 with spare grommets.
lol, thin air is actually being sold.

I read somewhere that in some big Asian cities you can buy "breathes of fresh air", though I don't remember now if it was in China or in Japan, or perhaps elsewhere.
And I also recall that some Swiss based company was actually selling fresh air from Swiss Alps, of course bottled.
 
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