i bought a n6.1 95 16x18Roger_federer said:GREAT. Finally the guy whos situation is similar to me. Lol Are you trying it for just trial or considering the switch?
I really do not think you should say a racquet is not "good" just because itzhan said:18x20 is not a good racquet...
i tried it and i get no spin
i recant what i said...SFrazeur said:I really do not think you should say a racquet is not "good" just because it
was not right for you. The 18x20 is not going to have as much spin potential
as the 16x18. I actually think the the 18x20 is the "better" racquet of the two.
When I say better; the mean the one with a better balance between power and control.
I do admit, that the 18x20 would have been even better with a more evenly spaced pattern.
textbook strokes said:I play with the 95 16x18 now, after a year of struggling with the nc90. The 90 does feel great for serves and 1hbhs, but i got tired of losing against less skilled players with oversize frames. And believe me, it was the racquet not helping more that anything .
The 95 16x18 is a great racquet, that takes some time to adjusto it. Is more powerful but also spin oriented, so with the right technique you should control your shots, is less demanding in terms of sweetspot, and you can play within a wide range of strings tension.
I'm adding a little of lead tape in the head. Feels more solid. Time will tell.
yeah i can serve 80-90mph after only a month and a halfDuzza said:Yeah i was very harsh that night. Well if you're only playing semi competitive I'm sure you don't need 3 racquets just for that. And i thought i read you were only beginning tennis. If so, you will most probably hate the Tour 90.