Question for Chris about a certain company

Frans Bleker

Professional
Hello Chris!

Just a question regarding a certain company. Have you ever asked a certain company which was known for it's plush and good feeling rackets who is now producing extreme stiff and hollow rackets for the past 3 generations (6 years), why they are actually doing that? Even when people on a wide scale dislike their new stiff rackets. And have you also asked if they are possibly planning to change that?

Hope to hear from you!

Best Regards,

Frans
 

elkabras

Rookie
Dunlop was sold to Srixon...they could do better if they look for ancient frames like MW200, 200 series or 300....now the came vulgar...they had a sharp surgeon frames and nowadays are waste...but I have a little hope seing Anderson frame, I don’t now if its a Srixon new frame or an older Dunlop frame with a paintjob


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3 generation of Graphene;)
Don’t worry, I think they will ditch the graphene and use some new marketing for their next update
Let’s hope for the best
 

PBODY99

Legend
Some players refuse to sully the heritage of the makers of icon frames by connecting the company's name with the current label for the "best tech yet"
 

ollinger

G.O.A.T.
The opposite seems to be true.
really, Frau Blecher? On this website, even with Head and Volkl the racquets listed as best-sellers nearly all have RA above 65, most of them well above 65. Babolat also seems to sell a lot of racquets that are light with very high RA.
 

Frans Bleker

Professional
really, Frau Blecher? On this website, even with Head and Volkl the racquets listed as best-sellers nearly all have RA above 65, most of them well above 65. Babolat also seems to sell a lot of racquets that are light with very high RA.
Frau Blecher?

“Best seller” with high ra rated graphene frames.. Yea that really proves its succes, people must love stiff graphenes!
 

Crocodile

Legend
All the manufacturers need to do is to offer a distinct choice to their customers for the various ability levels, player styles and age groups.
With Dunlop for instance, they dropped all the traditional 200 and 300 series frames and went all pure drive crazy. Now that they have released the Revo 2.0 Srixon frame they are trying to rectify this but it's too light, it needs to hit that 12 Oz range.
In the recent past many of the manufacturers would claim that the heavy traditional stuff doesn't sell for certain brands and look to Babolat for the success of there powerful PD and APD sticks, but I think it comes more down to how each company markets its products and the relationship
They build with retailors, coaches and the public.
 
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