Midsize friendly-ness?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by willgonase10, Jul 31, 2008.

  1. willgonase10

    willgonase10 Banned

    Apr 30, 2008
    I am looking to replace my PC600 with has cracked when I accidentially smashed it on a serve.

    Since I can't get any more PC600's at a decent price or new, can someone help me decide which mid-size out of my list below is the easiest to wield?

    -Wilson K90
    -MG Prestige 93
    -KBlade 93
    -Diablo Tour 93
    -AG 100

    I have used all but the AG100 but that was earlier this year and I don't know anymore. I can't demo.
  2. binomialtheory

    binomialtheory Rookie

    Sep 2, 2007
    It sucks that your PC600 cracked. =\ Same thing happened with one of my ROKs but, those are way easier to replace. I've played with the k90, the kblade 93, and the diablo tour 93, and i would say the kblade is my personal favourite in terms of spin potential and comfort, but that's me. >___>;
  3. willgonase10

    willgonase10 Banned

    Apr 30, 2008
    Thanks for the quick reply.

    I remember the Diablo Tour 93 had a lot of topspin potential and the feel was good. Compared to the Diablo, does the kBlade have the same feel?

    I like the heavy solid hitting feel of the Diablo and PC600.
  4. geesechops

    geesechops Semi-Pro

    May 10, 2006
    I would just go with the MG Prestiges if your already used to the 600. The KBlade feels nothing like an MGPM to me. It feels more like a soiled baby diaper filled with [K]rap.
  5. JediMindTrick

    JediMindTrick Hall of Fame

    Nov 7, 2005
    Yes, the KBlade Tour and heavy, solid hitting feel have nothing in common.
  6. In)SpiRe

    In)SpiRe Professional

    Sep 8, 2007
    I think the MG Prestige will do better for you. If you are already used to Head grips and the feel of a Head racquet, and you like it, then I see no reason to switch brands.

    These are my opinions though:
    KBT= hits weak balls.
    K90= stable, heavy ball hitter, good all around.

    Havent hit with these extensively but:
    AG100= Iono, didn't like this frame. Just felt weird. Probably b/c the grip size was too big for me, and it didn't have a leather grip.
    Diablo= Beast server, and good all around, but I didn't like this frame too much either.

    Havent tried the MG Prestige Mid, but I have hit with the MP.
    MP= Good all around, and it feels light in hand than it actually is. If the Mid is any better, than it must be a very good racquet, b/c I did rather like the MP.
  7. LafayetteHitter

    LafayetteHitter Hall of Fame

    Sep 14, 2004
    Lafayette, Louisiana
    I would not overlook the Volkl DNX 10. As a former Prestige 600 user the DNX10 is a very sweet feeling racquet that really pockets the ball and provides a tad bit more juice than the PC600.

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