I would like it if Head could do that.Wilson is smart for milking the old man and releasing a different PJ for every stupid event. Fed sells crap, suckers are buying PJs.
Head is stupid for not re-introducing the PT57A and paint it slightly different 4 times per year and selling it more than any other racket in their collection.
@Fairhit here you go. There’s still some matte by the grommets as it’s hard to remove.Could you please post a picture?
You're brave for sanding it down because I would be worried that all the paint comes off.I’m still a newbie guys, haven’t figured out how to post pictures haha.
Uploaded it on photobucket.
What do you guys think? Yay or nay?
Humidity is a killer for satin paint. You're welcome.
I am with you. After I finished playing open level tennis and was teaching full time I lived out a dream I always had as a kid. Raced Motocross/ Arenacross/Supercross for 15 years. Great sport but definitely expensive. The traveling alone was hugely expensive not to mention the CR250, CR125 and then the 4 strokes CRF450R and CRF250R every couple of years, parts, oils, $8 a gallon race gas.i laugh everytime someone says tennis is expensive sport.
before tennis , i raced motocross and supercross. the bike alone costed $10k, and u buy a new one every one to two years. boots $400, helmet 500, neck brave 600, pants, gloves goggles chest protector add 600 more.
oil, gas, supplies, truck usage, food, add another 150 each trip, thre times a week, gym fees to stay in shape, etc.
before that i used to figure skakte as a kid, $1K for boots and blades 300. every year, ice time big bucks every day etc etc.
i just laugh when i hear guys complain about tennis being an expensive sport!! u dont kno how lucky you are!
I've put a thin kimony 0.8mm leather grip on it and yonex super grap overgrip because if I put the wilson leather grip on it, it will be too heavy.Honestly this stick was ruined when they decided to give it a synthetic grip but yet keep the balance 9 puts hL. It’s ruined.
Roger was only allowed to exclusively use it in Laver Cup because it's a red limited edition racquet with 500 produced worldwide.I don't think this plays good. cause roger dumped this for the all black one for Swiss indoors
this is hard to believe. cause this Red racket is in all the pro shops where I liveRoger was only allowed to exclusively use it in Laver Cup because it's a red limited edition racquet with 500 produced worldwide.
Not every pro shop would have it either because they don't want every Tom, Dick and Harry to be able to buy this.
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Where I am only 4 pro shops are allowed to stock the Red RF97's.this is hard to believe. cause this Red racket is in all the pro shops where I live
So do you think getting this racket is worth it as part of some sort of collection?Where I am only 4 pro shops are allowed to stock the Red RF97's.
Shanghai Wilson stated that they don't want every shop to have it on display for sale.
My friend has a pro shop and if customers wanted the racquet he would order it, but he isn't allowed to have it on display.
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Definitely, if you happen to have all of RF racquets is a must, if you have a couple, this one is a worthy addition, if you have one, to have this beauty as a second is a nice touch, if you only have this one, you'll have one of the best looking a best overall racquets.So do you think getting this racket is worth it as part of some sort of collection?
I think by far the Red Laver Cup Edition RF97 is better looking than the Blue Laver Cup Edition one, so yes it's worth collecting.So do you think getting this racket is worth it as part of some sort of collection?
I think by far the Red Laver Cup Edition RF97 is better looking than the Blue Laver Cup Edition one, so yes it's worth collecting.
However if you plan to play with it as your main stick you're going to have to be super fit.
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