Poll: racket head size

What head size is your racket (in sq inches)?

  • Less than 90

    Votes: 12 5.8%
  • 90 to 94

    Votes: 60 28.8%
  • 95 to 102

    Votes: 124 59.6%
  • 103 to 110

    Votes: 11 5.3%
  • More than 110

    Votes: 1 0.5%

  • Total voters
    208
N

nonadieu

Guest
It looks like most pros now use midplus rackets. I wonder what's the trend with rec players? I myself use a 98 sq in Head iPrestige.
 

SlapShot

Hall of Fame
I'm a midplus devotee. I went to an OS with the iRadical, but I didn't like the OS feel (maybe it was just the iRad feel, period), and I've moved back to midpluses.
 

hadoken

Rookie
I use 93, more out of legacy since it is the same exact frame I have used for 15 years. However I wouldn't recommend it today and would switch to a true MP if was 18 again.
 

harryz

Professional
agreed about 90sq in

my 93 is actually 600cm sq, or 90... best for me for combinination of power, feel, control and manueverability.
 

jelle v

Hall of Fame
Wouldn't

90
93
95
98
100
105
105+

be a better poll? Those are the most common headsizes I think, no?

Anyway.. I use Head Ti. Radical this season = 98"

Tomorrow I'm playtesting the nBlade 98 and the Dunlop Aerogel 200 (18x20). If I like the Dunlop then maybe I will be using a 95" frame this season.
 

ps60

Professional
i think 85 - 95 is OK with me, too big is hard to control, although AA can !

any one knows how big a Dunlop Maxply woodie is ??
 

lawrence

Hall of Fame
is anything above 95 considered midplus?
im using a nsix-one 95 team atm but only because i cant find a racquet of similar specs/price for 90"
 
R

Ryuzokai

Guest
I've kind of grown accustomed to OS heads, but I think I'll be making the switch to MP soon.
 

Alafter

Hall of Fame
Why do people use OS, aren't they for beginners?
Well let me tell you that IT DOESNT MATTER WHAT YOU THINK. The Rock says that you can take that racquet, turn that sum***** sideways, and shove it up your candy ass if you SMEEEELLLLLL what the ROCK IS COOKING.
 
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