What’s you current racquet?

TennisHound

Legend
Sorry guys, that was a trap question!
REAL TT members does NOT have "A current racquet"... Have many!
All the "members" who anwser that question will be banned soon!
lolllll
I know, it’s kind of a loaded question, lol. I currently have 4 demos, and 3 others that I haven’t decided on. I’ve settled on one of the demos - Dunlop 3.0 F Tour. My Duel G is a little too heavy, My PD feels too big, and my ‘15 Blade 16x19 is a not quite stable enough. So the Dunlop is smaller than the PD, is more stable than the Blade, and is lighter than the Duel G. :)
 

mrravioli

Semi-Pro
I know, it’s kind of a loaded question, lol. I currently have 4 demos, and 3 others that I haven’t decided on. I’ve settled on one of the demos - Dunlop 3.0 F Tour. My Duel G is a little too heavy, My PD feels too big, and my ‘15 Blade 16x19 is a not quite stable enough. So the Dunlop is smaller than the PD, is more stable than the Blade, and is lighter than the Duel G. :)
Sweet racquet. Does everything so well. Miss it a lot.
 

movdqa

Talk Tennis Guru
I know, it’s kind of a loaded question, lol. I currently have 4 demos, and 3 others that I haven’t decided on. I’ve settled on one of the demos - Dunlop 3.0 F Tour. My Duel G is a little too heavy, My PD feels too big, and my ‘15 Blade 16x19 is a not quite stable enough. So the Dunlop is smaller than the PD, is more stable than the Blade, and is lighter than the Duel G. :)
I married my current set of racquets back in 2011. I only checked out the RF97 in 2016.

 

Turbo-87

Legend
I switch between an RF 97 Autograph and a Prince Textreme Tour 100t. Very different racquets but sometimes it gets me out of a rut until my next rut. It has to be the racquet and not me, right? :)
 
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MRfStop

Hall of Fame
My current racquet is the Duel G 97 330.

Prior to this was the PD’18.

I’m testing several but have been leaning towards the Dunlop Srixon Revo CV 3.0 F Tour and will probably make the switch.
Mine is the Duel G 330 as well. Playing with Cyclone 18g at 52 lbs.
 

David Le

Hall of Fame
It differs, but OG APD, Head Radical Tour Bumblebee, Head Radical Tour Zebra, and Prince POG 4 Stripes.
 

PMChambers

Hall of Fame
RF97A red one for daytime.
PK 5g PSE for under lights
I struggle with lights so need to hit through the ball at night the 5g PSE has so much stability it ain't funny but at expense of moveabilty
Got 2x PK Redondo 98 tempted to weight them up and high SW noodle soup.
My next stick likely TC95 or TC97. The RF97A can be a bit harsh at times.
 

SavvyStringer

Professional
2 Head Graphene Extreme MPA 16x19 or 2 Wilson Prostaff 97S all matched to 312g and 31cm balance. It depends on the day and how I'm feeling. Obviously the Extremes provide much more easy power but the 97S are super accurate on volleys.
 

Henry Hub

Rookie
Currently merrily freewheeling between tfight 315 ltd, tfight 325 (texalium original version), KPS 88, LT302, Volkl Quantum Tour 8, Yamaha Secret Ex and the old dependable YTPPs. The rackets change, the mediocre playing standard stays the same.
 

Ozellman

Rookie
Recently switched to the Prestige Graphene Touch Prestige Pro from the PS97 (second iteration without CV). I demoed the Ultra 97 and the Prestige Tour as well. Both nice feeling sticks but would have required customization to allow me to handle the pace, depth and general heaviness of the ball that some of my regular opponents bring to me. I've used both of the previous Graphene iterations and the IG PP in the past but I think the new iteration is the best so far. It brought back the fire to my game that I've been missing with the PS 97. For me, it's significantly more comfortable as well. It could have to do with where the sweetspot is located in those frames. In the Wilson it's a little lower, more in the middle whereas in the Prestige it's slightly higher up which I'm more used to and hence hit the sweetspot more frequently with the Head.
 

PhxRacket

Hall of Fame
Looking more and more like I will be moving over to HEAD Graphene Touch Mid. I recently strung it with Cyclone Tour at 52#, deadly accurate...BIG POP. Playing a singles tournament with it, more feedback after that.
 

mark b.

Rookie
I'm currently using the Dunlop 300G.
Time to upgrade and looking at Wilson Ultra and Prince Phantom.
I'm actually reducing the head size for more useful control.
 

TennisHound

Legend
Looking more and more like I will be moving over to HEAD Graphene Touch Mid. I recently strung it with Cyclone Tour at 52#, deadly accurate...BIG POP. Playing a singles tournament with it, more feedback after that.
Nice! I know that the more I play singles, I want more and more control instead of power.
 

PhxRacket

Hall of Fame
Nice! I know that the more I play singles, I want more and more control instead of power.
I have spent the last year and a half pretending I needed easy power to compete successfully. Since starting with the HEAD GT Prestige Mid (a lucky play tester), I have only lost once. Power is down compared to my DR100s, but the precision is amazing. Serves are devastating as I can hit dimes in the service box.
 

glenWs

Rookie
For me:

Yonex Ezone 98 with a little bit of weight added at 10-2 .Also still have my DR 98s for when I want the feeling of driving in a 1977 Cadillac Fleetwood and an EZone 100 for when I just want to sit on the baseline and swing out of my sneakers or play doubles .
 
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