Recent purchased a Pro Staff 85 and...

Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by Ebased, Sep 14, 2018.

  1. Ebased

    Ebased New User

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  2. Sarcastic

    Sarcastic Rookie

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    Yes, that’s more than just a scratch. The frame itself has damage. It will eventually suffer catastrophic failure. Until then, hit the ball as hard as you like, dig all short balls without fear and look “cool” as you toss your racquet on the bench during changeovers.


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  3. TnsGuru

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    [​IMG] Sorry to tell you this.
     
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  4. WestboroChe

    WestboroChe Semi-Pro

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    Yeah. There’s more than one there too. Enjoy it while it lasts. And when it does break you can pretend it’s brcause you’re such a beast.
     
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  5. penguin

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    If flying shards don't injure you. Seriously it's potentially dangerous - wear safety glasses.
     
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