Ridiculous expensive and little good choices.

Its ridiculous that if you want to play with a good stick like the blade pro u have to pay more than a regular blade. what the point ?

only the rich guys can play with good sticks?
 

hypervox

Rookie
I'll bet you will most likely play the same with a standard blade. I actually played better with a standard racket compared to a ultra pro I had to work on my game to use that stick
 

Booger

Hall of Fame
There are plenty of pros, D1 college players, and top juniors who all play with the regular blade.

I promise you, it's good enough for your game. Besides, the real expensive part is strings. Having a bag full of H22's is pointless if they have months old poly in them.
 
There are plenty of pros, D1 college players, and top juniors who all play with the regular blade.

I promise you, it's good enough for your game. Besides, the real expensive part is strings. Having a bag full of H22's is pointless if they have months old poly in them.
Yea but atleast theres no demo for blade pro
 
And actually guys I can tell you that currently theres only a few good rackets on the market and thats It:

-regular Blade 98
-Blade pro 98
-Pure Aero

Allí of other rackets outhere on the market are below average
 

LOBALOT

Hall of Fame
Pure Aero is a debatable. Why not buy an older slightly used previous model of the stick if you insist?
 

Crocodile

Legend
Look I agree, right now everything is very expensive including tennis equipment. You have to look around to find a good deal. Wilson and Head are both over priced at present especially if you need to buy, say 3 frames at once,
Saying that I also agree that you can find other frames at good prices. Already mentioned in this thread the Head Micro gel radical for $100 US is a good buy, so is the Pro Tour 2.0 for $159 US. Pro Kennex have frames at $129 and $169 and some of their frames are better than a Blade.
 
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