The Official Angell Users Club

SAG72

New User
Haven't posted in years. Wanted to try an Angell , but not sure which one I should get? Currently playing with 2015 Wilson Blade 18x20. Love the racquet, just a little too stiff. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Take care everyone.
 

haqq777

Legend
@topspn you've upped your tensions from what I remember. Going more towards mid 50s now I see (I remember because we exchanged notes a lot when I was using my TC100s). Was it because you were using your TC95 back then and now are wanting more control with bigger headsize? My baseline is still 50 lbs. Usually go up or down a couple of pounds but that's it.
 

itsstephenyo

Semi-Pro
Haven't posted in years. Wanted to try an Angell , but not sure which one I should get? Currently playing with 2015 Wilson Blade 18x20. Love the racquet, just a little too stiff. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Take care everyone.
Are you looking to stay with the 18x20 pattern? If so, then the TC95 63RA 18x20 sounds like the way to go, or maybe even the K7 Lime.

The TC95 is customizable, but the K7 is not.
 

topspn

Legend
@topspn you've upped your tensions from what I remember. Going more towards mid 50s now I see (I remember because we exchanged notes a lot when I was using my TC100s). Was it because you were using your TC95 back then and now are wanting more control with bigger headsize? My baseline is still 50 lbs. Usually go up or down a couple of pounds but that's it.
Yes my friend, that is exactly right the TC100 is more forgiving and has less control then TC95 which for most strings I strung @48lbs. I have been playing with 1.25 gauge as well both revolution and revolve spin and of course are more lively than 16g. So i have been playing around 54lbs and decided to go down a lb for 16g. Maybe i will eventually go down a bit. Btw, have two demos on the way, the new diadems elevate tour and nova. It was pretty good demo deal so couldn’t resist ;)
 

SAG72

New User
Are you looking to stay with the 18x20 pattern? If so, then the TC95 63RA 18x20 sounds like the way to go, or maybe even the K7 Lime.

The TC95 is customizable, but the K7 is not.
Are you looking to stay with the 18x20 pattern? If so, then the TC95 63RA 18x20 sounds like the way to go, or maybe even the K7 Lime.

The TC95 is customizable, but the K7 is not.
I can't play with anything but 18x20s. I'm 47, former top 15 ranked junior in Alabama, top 50 Southern. Grew up playing with the Max 200g. Got back into tennis 10 years ago, and I can't find anything I'm totally comfortable with. Its been a struggle to put it mildly.
 

SAG72

New User
I can't play with anything but 18x20s. I'm 47, former top 15 ranked junior in Alabama, top 50 Southern. Grew up playing with the Max 200g. Got back into tennis 10 years ago, and I can't find anything I'm totally comfortable with. Its been a struggle to put it mildly.
I string my own racquets, and customize them as well, lead, etc. I was thinking the k7 lime customized. I like around 12oz, 335sw, 6pts hl.
 

itsstephenyo

Semi-Pro
After playing for years with a Vantage 95 (basically the very first gen TC95) 16x19, I recently made the switch to a TC97 18x20, 320g/10HL and I've been absolutely loving it. The TC97 is slightly stiffer on paper vs the TC95 (66 vs 63), but from most people here, it's not so much that it FEELS stiffer, it's just where it flexes that's the difference between the TC95 and TC97. After strings, overgrip, dampener, and head tape, it came in at 12.2g strung, about 7p HL. I haven't even messed with lead tape yet cuz I love how it hits right now in its stock form.

The general consensus is that the TC95 has a bit more free power over the TC97. Both racquets give that solid, plush THUMP on impact and are very comfortable.
 

SAG72

New User
After playing for years with a Vantage 95 (basically the very first gen TC95) 16x19, I recently made the switch to a TC97 18x20, 320g/10HL and I've been absolutely loving it. The TC97 is slightly stiffer on paper vs the TC95 (66 vs 63), but from most people here, it's not so much that it FEELS stiffer, it's just where it flexes that's the difference between the TC95 and TC97. After strings, overgrip, dampener, and head tape, it came in at 12.2g strung, about 7p HL. I haven't even messed with lead tape yet cuz I love how it hits right now in its stock form.

The general consensus is that the TC95 has a bit more free power over the TC97. Both racquets give that solid, plush THUMP on impact and are very comfortable.
Is it super stable with no lead, and how is the trajectory (hitting flat with it)? I hang on the baseline, hit just about everything flat, hitting the ball on the rise. What I liked about the 2015 blade was the flat, linear trajectory. Best racquet I've found yet hitting flat. Just too stiff.
 

itsstephenyo

Semi-Pro
Is it super stable with no lead, and how is the trajectory (hitting flat with it)? I hang on the baseline, hit just about everything flat, hitting the ball on the rise. What I liked about the 2015 blade was the flat, linear trajectory. Best racquet I've found yet hitting flat. Just too stiff.
I'm a flat ball hitter myself. TC97 might have the lowest trajectory of the Angell line, certainly quite a bit lower than the TC95 16x19. Took me a little while to get used to HOW much lower the trajectory was, as I found myself consistently hitting the middle of the net on the first day switching.

Thus far, I've had no issues with stability, though the racquet does demand quite a bit more footwork outta me in order to thrive. My hitting partners have noticed that my shots have quite a bit more bite and spin to them, despite the tighter string pattern, but I also attribute that to me retooling my strokes and not being lazy.

My little group of hitting partners are all pretty good players. One of 'em was a former d3 player who was about .500 through his career (we all graduated several years ago.) Not bad, but also not 5.0 players, and I'll usually beat him if we're playing points or tie breaks for fun.

If you lived in the Dallas area, I'd gladly let you demo the sticks!
 

SAG72

New User
I'm a flat ball hitter myself. TC97 might have the lowest trajectory of the Angell line, certainly quite a bit lower than the TC95 16x19. Took me a little while to get used to HOW much lower the trajectory was, as I found myself consistently hitting the middle of the net on the first day switching.

Thus far, I've had no issues with stability, though the racquet does demand quite a bit more footwork outta me in order to thrive. My hitting partners have noticed that my shots have quite a bit more bite and spin to them, despite the tighter string pattern, but I also attribute that to me retooling my strokes and not being lazy.

My little group of hitting partners are all pretty good players. One of 'em was a former d3 player who was about .500 through his career (we all graduated several years ago.) Not bad, but also not 5.0 players, and I'll usually beat him if we're playing points or tie breaks for fun.

If you lived in the Dallas area, I'd gladly let you demo the sticks!
I live in Jacksonville, Al about halfway between Birmingham and Atlanta. Really hard to find anyone to play with period. I used to beat players on JSU's tennis team, many moons ago. I appreciate that, and you answering. I think I'm going to go with the k7 lime and customize it since I have foam filled 2015 blades and ultra tours. Take it easy.
 

Jouke

Semi-Pro
I live in Jacksonville, Al about halfway between Birmingham and Atlanta. Really hard to find anyone to play with period. I used to beat players on JSU's tennis team, many moons ago. I appreciate that, and you answering. I think I'm going to go with the k7 lime and customize it since I have foam filled 2015 blades and ultra tours. Take it easy.
Try the K7 lime or the new V7 Blade.

V7 blade is great and much softer than 2015 blade! Has a real pro stock feel to it.
 
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itsstephenyo

Semi-Pro
I live in Jacksonville, Al about halfway between Birmingham and Atlanta. Really hard to find anyone to play with period. I used to beat players on JSU's tennis team, many moons ago. I appreciate that, and you answering. I think I'm going to go with the k7 lime and customize it since I have foam filled 2015 blades and ultra tours. Take it easy.
Good luck and let us know!
 

ed70

Professional
I can't play with anything but 18x20s. I'm 47, former top 15 ranked junior in Alabama, top 50 Southern. Grew up playing with the Max 200g. Got back into tennis 10 years ago, and I can't find anything I'm totally comfortable with. Its been a struggle to put it mildly.
if you liked the max 200g I’d of thought you’d love the TC97 18x20.
 

ed70

Professional
Sure but you will be hard pressed to find a "proper" box beam in this day and age anyway. The only ones I can think of top off my head are PS85 and some classic Prince sticks. Box beam nowadays is square or rectangular beam (as opposed to oval or roundish) starting from above handle to the bridge area and starting of hoop. Don't think any manufacturer is doing square or rectangular box construction from handle top all way around hoop. And yes, great feel and control oriented racquets.

TC97 is actually very similar to older Prestiges and Dunlops in that regard. Very stable, no doubt and great control.
Yes shame really, I guess the demands not there anymore & maybe true box beam will never return.
 

stephenclown

Professional
Sure but you will be hard pressed to find a "proper" box beam in this day and age anyway. The only ones I can think of top off my head are PS85 and some classic Prince sticks. Box beam nowadays is square or rectangular beam (as opposed to oval or roundish) starting from above handle to the bridge area and starting of hoop. Don't think any manufacturer is doing square or rectangular box construction from handle top all way around hoop. And yes, great feel and control oriented racquets.

TC97 is actually very similar to older Prestiges and Dunlops in that regard. Very stable, no doubt and great control.
Sorry just chiming in, the Phantom P series are box beams, 14x18 93P, 18x20 93P, 97P and 100P

TC97 uses the hybrid beam to create a very nice overall feel and playable frame. Great stability compared to the 95/90 frames and a low launch angle. Great feel off the stringbed as well.

I wish the TC90 was replaced with a true box beam 90 16x19 though - <18mm beam would be sweet. TC90 in a thinner version of the 97P would also be amazing.
 

graycrait

Hall of Fame
Does someone know if the TC95 320/310 18x20 63RA 27.5" plays similarly to the Pure Storm 95 LTD+ GT? Specs are close but was wondering about the head shape, possible string pattern and slight RA differences. PS 95 LTD+ GTs are rarer than hens teeth and I thought maybe the Angell TC95 might solve my problem in finding more PS 95 LTD+ GTs.
 

tennisgurl

Semi-Pro
Sorry just chiming in, the Phantom P series are box beams, 14x18 93P, 18x20 93P, 97P and 100P

TC97 uses the hybrid beam to create a very nice overall feel and playable frame. Great stability compared to the 95/90 frames and a low launch angle. Great feel off the stringbed as well.

I wish the TC90 was replaced with a true box beam 90 16x19 though - <18mm beam would be sweet. TC90 in a thinner version of the 97P would also be amazing.
Phantom P series aren't "proper" box beams either though. They have tapered beams (20.5mm -19.5mm -16.5mm) instead of constant box construction throughout. For example, PS 85, the holy grail, is a 17mm -17mm -17mm. Or Max 200G was constant/straight box beam as well. As I mentioned in my earlier comment, I don't think any manufacturer is making true box beams anymore.

I'm a TC97 fan as well having tried those many times. Not my main racquet of choice but I definitely agree about stability, and feel. I also find them to have excellent control, perhaps due to this beam construction as well.

Have never tried TC90. I don't think I could go that low in head size, not that high level of a player and shank much as it is.
 

rlau

Hall of Fame
Sorry just chiming in, the Phantom P series are box beams, 14x18 93P, 18x20 93P, 97P and 100P

TC97 uses the hybrid beam to create a very nice overall feel and playable frame. Great stability compared to the 95/90 frames and a low launch angle. Great feel off the stringbed as well.
Hi @stephenclown, how would you compare Phantom 97P to Angell TC97 16x19? I believe PP97P is now your main frame? I just bought one too, but I have not hit with it yet.
 
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haqq777

Legend
Does someone know if the TC95 320/310 18x20 63RA 27.5" plays similarly to the Pure Storm 95 LTD+ GT? Specs are close but was wondering about the head shape, possible string pattern and slight RA differences. PS 95 LTD+ GTs are rarer than hens teeth and I thought maybe the Angell TC95 might solve my problem in finding more PS 95 LTD+ GTs.
I have played with both.Very very different, racquets. TC95 is a powerhouse whereas Pure Storm LTD was already low on power as it is. Different beam construction if I recall as too. TC95 plays much crisper (Pure Storm is more plush) and you can feel the difference in flex as well. The Pure Storm LTD flexes old school hoop flex way (think Prestiges or Older Prince) whereas TC95 has a modern, more uniform flex.

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Seems I had a similar answer for you earlier as well ;)

 
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haqq777

Legend
Yes my friend, that is exactly right the TC100 is more forgiving and has less control then TC95 which for most strings I strung @48lbs. I have been playing with 1.25 gauge as well both revolution and revolve spin and of course are more lively than 16g. So i have been playing around 54lbs and decided to go down a lb for 16g. Maybe i will eventually go down a bit. Btw, have two demos on the way, the new diadems elevate tour and nova. It was pretty good demo deal so couldn’t resist ;)
Makes sense! I'm eager to hear your feedback on both Diadems. I remember when we were clicking with our PSTGT we both tried the Elevate and it was good stick, both nothing extraordinary. Hopefully this new iteration makes it a bit better. Are they both foam filled or just the Elevate?
 

topspn

Legend
Makes sense! I'm eager to hear your feedback on both Diadems. I remember when we were clicking with our PSTGT we both tried the Elevate and it was good stick, both nothing extraordinary. Hopefully this new iteration makes it a bit better. Are they both foam filled or just the Elevate?
Yes, exactly the Elevate was decent, the tour version better. For some reason power was fine on the tour version but didn’t translate on serve. I haven’t tried the old nova but the demo will be Elevate tour and Nova. They are both foam filled.
 

graycrait

Hall of Fame
Seems I had a similar answer for you earlier as well
I forgot. Sorry for wasting your time. I did buy a pair of Pure Control 95 Plus rackets and I found they played nothing like the Pure Storm 95 LTD+ GT much to my disappointment. I guess I'll still try and hunt down another PS 95 LTD+ GT.
 

Paul Y

Rookie
You might want to try the TC97 I believe the flex is pretty close and you can extend it out. The TC95 like said above is just a powerhouse, I'm actually so surprised how powerful it is. My son is planning to do a switch to the TC97 with his player set next year because he wants more control.
 

haqq777

Legend
I forgot. Sorry for wasting your time. I did buy a pair of Pure Control 95 Plus rackets and I found they played nothing like the Pure Storm 95 LTD+ GT much to my disappointment. I guess I'll still try and hunt down another PS 95 LTD+ GT.
Oh no no, not a problem at all. Happy to help. Yeah the Pure Control 95+ play very very different than Pure Storm LTD, for sure. I think @SpinToWin played at one time with those, perhaps he can help you get some.
 
J

joohan

Guest
I wish the TC90 was replaced with a true box beam 90 16x19 though - <18mm beam would be sweet. TC90 in a thinner version of the 97P would also be amazing.
The "D" beam makes it more relevant and user friendly. Not sure how big a following TC90 actually has and if changing the formula would be anywhere near favourable "production cost/sale effective" ball park.
 

Faris

Professional
I forgot. Sorry for wasting your time. I did buy a pair of Pure Control 95 Plus rackets and I found they played nothing like the Pure Storm 95 LTD+ GT much to my disappointment. I guess I'll still try and hunt down another PS 95 LTD+ GT.
Nice racquet for sure. Have you tried e bay? I purchased a couple of used regular length PS LTD from there for very cheap last year. They pop up every now and then. I like the GT version myself and think Carbon Xtreme played a tad stiffer. Not sure about Pure Control 95. Never knew they offered a 95 sq inch 18x20 in Pure Control line up.
 

haqq777

Legend
Not sure about Pure Control 95. Never knew they offered a 95 sq inch 18x20 in Pure Control line up.
When they discontinued the Pure Storms GT and came with the final generation of Pure Controls, they replaced the Pure Storm GT LTD with Pure Control 95. Added what they called "Flex Carbon" to allegedly increase comfort and feel. I personally think it was a disaster. They shut down the entire Pure Control line shortly after.
 

graycrait

Hall of Fame
Have you tried e bay?
I am riding e bay like a cheap pony every day looking for PS LTD+ GT. That is how I got mine, very minty too. I almost bit on a Carbon Xtreme version but I am not doing any more upsizing of grip 3 rackets. Glad I didn't after reading the preceding post. It is remarkable how different the PC 95+ plays vs the PS LTD+ GT. Heck, my Spalding ATP PRO Line 230 XL plays closer to the PS LTD+ GT than does the PC 95+.
 

sanister

Professional
damn @haqq777 you have a really good memory. You remember poster's gear like their string tensions, what they played with etc and tiny details. I can't remember who I'm replying to most of the time LOL
 

Rui Lopes

Rookie
I've never tried any Angell.
Hi,
I really think you should go with the TC97 16x19. It´s awesome to hit flat, despite being 16x19 and it´s way more confortable that the blade. If you wan´t i have a TC97 V2 to sell with very short used time. It´s the easiest Angell to play as you can find on this forum. here are the specs that i´ve put in my add :

Item Description (Brand/Model/Year): ANGELL CUSTOM V2 TC97 16X19 310G 9ptsHL
Grip Size / Size: L2 4 1/4
String pattern: 16/19 unstrung
Head Size (if a racquet): 97
Condition (x out of 10): 9
Quantity: 1
*Specific Time Used (must give specific time, must be over 30 minutes): used for a month , played 3 times a week 1 hour each
*General Description (including any cosmetic blemishes): The racket it´s in awesome condition.. Just minor signs of use , almost none. The bumper guard and grommets show a few signs of use but i will ship the racket with a new pack of bumper guard and grommets on the side.
Price: € 139 for European Union free shipping and $159 for The Rest Of The World free shipping
Shipping location : Portugal
Payment: Paypal only
 

topspn

Legend
Hi,
I really think you should go with the TC97 16x19. It´s awesome to hit flat, despite being 16x19 and it´s way more confortable that the blade. If you wan´t i have a TC97 V2 to sell with very short used time. It´s the easiest Angell to play as you can find on this forum. here are the specs that i´ve put in my add :

Item Description (Brand/Model/Year): ANGELL CUSTOM V2 TC97 16X19 310G 9ptsHL
Grip Size / Size: L2 4 1/4
String pattern: 16/19 unstrung
Head Size (if a racquet): 97
Condition (x out of 10): 9
Quantity: 1
*Specific Time Used (must give specific time, must be over 30 minutes): used for a month , played 3 times a week 1 hour each
*General Description (including any cosmetic blemishes): The racket it´s in awesome condition.. Just minor signs of use , almost none. The bumper guard and grommets show a few signs of use but i will ship the racket with a new pack of bumper guard and grommets on the side.
Price: € 139 for European Union free shipping and $159 for The Rest Of The World free shipping
Shipping location : Portugal
Payment: Paypal only
Did you switch to a Dahcor racquet?
 

Classic-TXP-IG MID

Hall of Fame
I'm finally dialing in tension ranges on this TC97 18x20. Last racquet I strung up full poly, BHB7 mains and Oehms Black Pearl Rough Crosses at about 54lbs. First hit out was terrible. Couldn't find my range, stringbed felt like crap. I almost went home that first day and cut the strings out cuz I hated it so much. Buddy of mine convinced me to give it one more try, and holy crap, once the stringbed loosened up a bit, it was amazing. Control went way up, spin went way up, I was hitting big from both sides, landing drop volleys everywhere. I felt like a dang rock star.

Strung up the second racquet last night with BHB7 and Cyberflash crosses at 50lbs this time. Won't have time to hit for a while but man, I haven't strung in the low 50's in years. I may try to go into the 40's.
I strung my TC97 this last time @ 48M/45C with MSV Co-Focus 1.18mm (yellow)... and it was very close to my desired Dynamic Tension (DT) of 38 (it was at 39 at the mentioned tension). It played very well but it was better after a few hits... in fact, the longer it was in the racquet the more I liked it. Next time, I'm going to try it at 46 or 47 in the Mains and 43 or 44 in the crosses with the same string. I think then it will be in my preferred feel. The TC95 63RA 18x20 was great at 48M/45C (DT of 38) with MSV Co-Focus just for a comparison.
 

Classic-TXP-IG MID

Hall of Fame
Haven't posted in years. Wanted to try an Angell , but not sure which one I should get? Currently playing with 2015 Wilson Blade 18x20. Love the racquet, just a little too stiff. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Take care everyone.
As mentioned by others, probably try the TC95 63RA 18x20. It has a uniform flex, is softer than the 2015 Blade 98, and you can choose the static weight, balance and grip type as they are custom racquets (as with all of the TC range). That way you can get similar specs and balance to the Blade... or if you're looking to change things up get a different balance and static weight.

The TC97 plays more like a Head Prestige, just for reference, and is a little stiffer in feel (compared to the TC95 - but still probably softer than the 2015 Blade). It has a stiffer throat and a more flexible head and produces shots that are a little flatter. The TC97 produces a ball that shoots through the court more and the TC95 produces a ball that comes off the court more. They are both heavy balls, but I would venture that the TC95 is a little more so.

Just as a final point, particularly if you're buying the racquets new from Paul Angell, there will be 3 more racquets released this year by Angell (that's the word going around). So, maybe it might be wise to wait and see what comes before committing to a particular model... just a thought.
 
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topspn

Legend
No. I´m still playing with the TC97 16x19. I have 3 of them and i´m willing to sell one , since i don´t need that much.
i see you sold your dahcor´s , what happened?
Between Angell and Dahcor who wins?
I played the Dahcor AK97 for a short time. I really like the racquet but it lacks some forgiveness so works offensively but a bit difficult defensively.
 

Rui Lopes

Rookie
Maybe you´re getting old...you´re dahcor was a 97 wright? You´re favourite Angell it´s the TC100 , maybe that says a lot… Time get´s us all somewhere...
I love my TC97 , best racket i´ve ever had , but at the age of 41 , i´m looking at the new TC101 , and if it plays like the TC97 but way more forgiving , i might pull the trigger on one of those just to compare with my TC97.
Any news on the TC101 , has anyone played with that one and can compare with th TC97?
 

topspn

Legend
Maybe you´re getting old...you´re dahcor was a 97 wright? You´re favourite Angell it´s the TC100 , maybe that says a lot… Time get´s us all somewhere...
I love my TC97 , best racket i´ve ever had , but at the age of 41 , i´m looking at the new TC101 , and if it plays like the TC97 but way more forgiving , i might pull the trigger on one of those just to compare with my TC97.
Any news on the TC101 , has anyone played with that one and can compare with th TC97?
Oh there is no doubt I’m getting old but the AK97 while an outstanding attacking racquet, it does have a smaller sweet spot. I had an easier time defensively with TC95
 

Rui Lopes

Rookie
Ok , i understand. I´ve never had much confidence on those dahcor anyway. The way i look at it it´s an ok racket frame with a great paint job to customize...
Have you tried the TC97 before? It´s the TC100 really much forgiving , or it´s just a small thing?
 

topspn

Legend
Ok , i understand. I´ve never had much confidence on those dahcor anyway. The way i look at it it´s an ok racket frame with a great paint job to customize...
Have you tried the TC97 before? It´s the TC100 really much forgiving , or it´s just a small thing?
No sorry, I didn’t mean to insinuate the playability was bad. Quite the contrary, it exceeded my expectation and played beautifully. It was a 16x19 with 8 mains in the throat, had power, good precision, good feel and had a big serve. Where it would start hurting you a bit is return of serve and a bit more if you’re scrambling defensively and you have a hard time hitting a clean ball. So yes part of it is my age. Anyway, it was a high quality racquet all around much better then many big brand racquets
 
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Rui Lopes

Rookie
Thanks for the help...
For what i read i think i´ll pass the TC101 , even thought he said he played with one with 5pt´s HL , and thought the racket was cumbersome...well , a 101 head size with 5pt´s HL , how will it not feel cumbersome , wright?
to me , the only thing Angell should do to their rackets is to put some more stuff inside the handle for more confort , like silicone or something. that could make this rackets the ultimate in confort...
As anyone tried to put silicone or foam inside their Angells and see if it got less vibrations but keepping the awesome feel and playability?
 

emhtennis

Semi-Pro
There are people who said that when ordering a new frame Paul has accommodated custom requests for silicone in the handle

Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
 

topspn

Legend
Thanks for the help...
For what i read i think i´ll pass the TC101 , even thought he said he played with one with 5pt´s HL , and thought the racket was cumbersome...well , a 101 head size with 5pt´s HL , how will it not feel cumbersome , wright?
to me , the only thing Angell should do to their rackets is to put some more stuff inside the handle for more confort , like silicone or something. that could make this rackets the ultimate in confort...
As anyone tried to put silicone or foam inside their Angells and see if it got less vibrations but keepping the awesome feel and playability?
All the Angell racquets except the K series are completely foam filled including the handle.
 

tennisgurl

Semi-Pro
Thanks for the help...
For what i read i think i´ll pass the TC101 , even thought he said he played with one with 5pt´s HL , and thought the racket was cumbersome...well , a 101 head size with 5pt´s HL , how will it not feel cumbersome , wright?
to me , the only thing Angell should do to their rackets is to put some more stuff inside the handle for more confort , like silicone or something. that could make this rackets the ultimate in confort...
As anyone tried to put silicone or foam inside their Angells and see if it got less vibrations but keepping the awesome feel and playability?
No problem! Happy to try to help :)

As pointed out above, all Angels (except for K series) are foam filled. The TC101 is foam filled throughout, from hoop till handle, from what I have read.

Also, just on a side note, my TC100 is 300g and 325mm (6 point HL unstrung). After strings it is about 3-4 points HL. Absolutely love it. It doesn't feel slow or cumbersome.
 
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