Racquet Help

#1
Hi, I'm a strong 3.0 player/improving 3.5 player and I'm looking for a new stick. I currently play with the Liquidmetal 4 and the Prince TT Hornet. Any suggestions? I would say that I'm more of an all court player.
 
#4
Hi, I'm a strong 3.0 player/improving 3.5 player and I'm looking for a new stick. I currently play with the Liquidmetal 4 and the Prince TT Hornet. Any suggestions? I would say that I'm more of an all court player.
Unfortunately I haven't personally used either of those racquets, so I don't really know anything about them, or how old you are, etc.

I would recommend you start by click on this link, and choose intermediate: http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/RacquetSelector.html

That's probably a good place to start. Just click on the attributes that are most important to you. After that, I would look to see if there is a play test video for each of the racquets to give you a more in depth look. After you narrow it down to under 4 racquets, order demos from TW.

I think that's the best way to go about it. Keep in mind, I'm trying to teach you the right way... Not the way I do it! lol
 
#5
Hi, I'm a strong 3.0 player/improving 3.5 player and I'm looking for a new stick. I currently play with the Liquidmetal 4 and the Prince TT Hornet. Any suggestions? I would say that I'm more of an all court player.
No.

Can't suggest anything without knowing what bothers you about your racket, how you play or where you want to go with your game.
 
#6
It feels that with my current rackets that I'm not getting enough pop off of the strings. Maybe I need to look at different strings? I also have the rackets strung at a low tension.
 
#7
It feels that with my current rackets that I'm not getting enough pop off of the strings. Maybe I need to look at different strings? I also have the rackets strung at a low tension.
LM 4 is really not bad, has solid swingweight but could use some lead on the V throat and handle. I'd try that first.

What do you string it with?
 
#8
If you want a little more pop--try the Babolat Pure Aero. It's a top seller for a reason. If you want something softer, easier on the arm, try a Pro Kennex 5 series. If you want something "just a little different", try the Yonex EZone 100. All nice frames.
 
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