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So here is a photo of my Dunlop MW200G Pro Stock's, so which Pro's used these? Or which Pro's were they made for?
And what are the rackets under the paintjobs?
I should have been clear originally, these 3 rackets above have all been made for 3 specific Pro's. Other Pro's used similar rackets, sometimes with the same molds and paintjobs, but with different layups and customized grips. I have a few more photos of one of them to come later.
For those that can't be bothered to read the thread, I've now just added the answers below:-
On the left is a Safin racket, this one is new and unused (his grip size is a 4), although he used the exact racket at Queens Club in June 2001. It is Dunlop Pro Stock only, basically a copied version of the Head Prestige600, with the MuscleWeave 200G paint. Safin didn't like these, and soon went back to his actual Prestiges only with paintjobs.
The middle racket is Johansson's Dunlop Revelation TourPro95 (his grip size is a 3), paintjobbed as the MW200G. He used these when he won the Australian Open in 2002, although mine is new and unused.
On the right is Gimelstob's Dunlop ProStock mold, paintjobbed as the MW200G, the racket is very well used. It is the same mold as used by Blake, Ferreira, Pioline and Haas, only with different layups and custom grips. It is actually a very similar mold to the Head PT57A. VSBabolat pointed out that this Pro mold was then actually first used on a retail racket on the HotMelt 200G XL (then Mfil200Plus, AG300Tour and Bio300Tour)