Discussion in 'Racquets' started by iradical18, Apr 21, 2004.
wut the hell is that?
It apparently means that the potential has been unlocked for people to post the most annoying repetitive post in the history of these boards.
From what I've been told, 'Potential Unlocked' will be Wilson's new tennis technology. 'Potential Unlocked' is the working code name and Wilson are confident it will surpass anything their tennis R&D department has produced to date. It will make the St. Vincent PS 6.0 looks like a Wal-Mart special and be easy to use. If you think the LM Prestige TW scores were high the new Wilson stuff will blow that away. Expect a release date of around 14th June.
Sounds like Wilson's trying to use the "Experimental" strategy to create a buzz or mystery... I'm sure their "new" technology will draw in the salmon though.
People in Chicago tell me this will be the first racquet system incorporating holographic technology. It will be able to project a representation of the ball anywhere on the opponent's side of the net, distracting his/her attention from the actual ball, confering an advantage on the Wilson player. As per custom, the "game improvement" version, called the Phantom Menace, will be released first, in July, followed by release of the players' versions coincident with the U.S. Open. Federer will only be using a paintjob of this racquet.
LOL Deuce and Mary Fierce. I think Wilson is trying to unlock its potential to capitalize on a racquet gimmick kept secret for a short period of time.
Pete Sampras will use this racquet in the Masters/Senior Tour. If you thought he was good on the ATP tour you're in for a treat. His 'potential' will finally be 'unlocked' with this new, innovative design. Yeah, right.
This "Potential Unlocked" is going to be the ******** thing since Rollers :lol: .
Don't you just love marketing people?
maybe Wilson's about to unlock the potential of their racquet graphics dept...........their current racquet graphics are horrible IMO.
The 4 racquets in this series specs are posted on the USRSA website. Still not sure what is new?
If you could, tell us more about these 4 racquets and what exactly "frame sequence" technology is. Thank-you.
I can't find it. Could you please give the URL.
isn't is www.usrsa.com ?
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