What's your racquet history?

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Sirius Black

Guest
Wilson Ntour
Prince O3 Tour (yuck)
Back to Ntour
Wilson 6.1 95 16x18
Pro Staff 97 (why?)
Wilson 6.1 95 18x20
 

goatbis

New User
Dunlop Aerogel 4D 400 Tour
Babolat Aero Drive
Dunlop Biometic 400 Tour
ProKennex something (forgot which racket)
Volkl Organix 10 325
Wilson Blade 98 CV
 

mavsman149

Hall of Fame
Wilson Titanium 6.6 MP
Prince TT Graphite Mid
Babolat Pure Drive 2001
Babolat Pure Control 2001
Head LM Prestige Mid
Babolat Pure Storm Original
Babolat Pure Control 2001
Babolat Pure Control 2003
Babolat Pure Control 2001
Fischer M Speed Pro One 98 SL
Wilson KBlade Tour
Babolat Pure Control 2001
Wilson KBlade Tour
Head Youtek Prestige Pro
Dunlop MW 200G
Babolat Pure Control 2001
Babolat Pure Drive Roddick

I have owned many other frames as well that I never used full time. I still use the Roddick and am trying to be less of a racket hoarder now. I only have my Roddick's and a Dunlop 300G and a Wilson nBlade 98 that I was thinking of experimenting with lead with. I briefly hit with the TFight 315 LTD 16 mains and can't get it out of my head though.
 

glenWs

Rookie
Donnay Borg Pro
Yonex R-7 (Rex King)
(very long layoff)
Babolat Aero Pro Drive (2013)
Head Radical Pro (2013)
Babolat Pure Drive
Babolat Pure Aero
Head Radical Pro (2016)
Head Radical MPA
Yonex VCore Duel G 97
Yonex DR 98
Yonex DR 100
Yonex VCore Si 98
Yonex VCore SV 98, 100
Babolat Pure Strike 16X19
Babolat Pure Strike 100
Babolat 2013 APD, Play
 
Prince Synergy CTS 26
Prince Lightning
Yonex RD-7
Wilson 6.1
Head Premier Tour

10 year gap not playing

Yonex Ai 98
Head Radical Tour MP Zebra
Prince Textreme Tour 95
 
Dunlop Biomimetic M3.0
Dunlop Biomimetic M2.0
Wilson Pro Staff 95s - 2015 version
Wilson Pro Staff 97s - 2015 version
Babolat Pure Control 95

Started playing 2 years ago. Just current go-tp is 97s. Just got the babolat and haven't hit with it yet. I buy racquets on impulse, mostly based on looks.
 

rrben29

Rookie
Cheapie Wilson racquet when I started off only other racquet was my dad's Wilson TX 6000
Wilson Kblade 98
Babolat Pure Drive Roddick Cortex
Babolat Aeropro Drive Cortex
Babolat Aerostorm Cortex for a bit
Yonex RDIS 100 mp
briefly went to Wilson BLX Six One Tour for a few months up until the frame broke
Back to my Yonex...

Now after years off got back on with a Wilson Prostaff 95 (16X19)

Yonex was my most reliable frame.. but I found out I have a soft spot for box beams.
 

gplracer

Hall of Fame
Bancroft wooden racket
Head Pro
Head Vilas
Jack Kramer Autograph
Kenner Power Ace
Prince Pro
Wilson Ultra
Wilson Ultra II
Wilson Prostaff 85
Prince Graphite 110
Prince 730
Wilson Hyper Carbon
Wilson 6.1 Classic
Wilson 6.1 nCode
Babolat Pure Drive - made my elbow hurt
Wilson 6.1 kFactor
Wilson 6.1 BLX
Wilson K88
Wilson BLX 90
Wilson PS97
Wilson RF97
 

gplracer

Hall of Fame
Slazenger Challenge No 1
Wilson J Kramer A.
Head Vilas
Head Boron Comp, a nice head cover too.
Snauwaert Gottfried
Wilson UltrA
PRince Woodie
PS 85
Adidas GTX Pro
Rossignol F200
PRINCE BORON
Prince Thunderstick
Wilson Profile
PS Classic 6.1
Head Prestige
PD Roddick +
K90 Ncode
K90
k88
Volkl PB mid 10
RF97A
Plus a whole bunch of stuff only used out of interest, even Ergonoms. Head ski shoes

Only racquet I have ever gone back to years later and thought how on earth did I ever play with that was a Prince Classic. What a terrible useless piece of rubbish. Can't say the Thunderstick was much better. Babolat PDs - just don't go there.

Flex point- pointless.
K88 - like the German gun, just duck when you see one.

Prestiges were a joy, but just kept snapping at the throat. Maybe should have avoided the Kevlar strings. If you have never tried one, then you have not lived.
We have a lot of similar choices
 

NastyWinners

Professional
For actual match playing:

Junior -- Head Liquidmetal 4.
High School -- Switched to a Wilson 6.1 95 (18x20) my freshman year.
College -- Switched to a Wilson Pro Staff 90 BLX my sophomore year.
Out of College -- Switched to a Prince Textreme 95 in early 2016 and have not looked back since.
 

PrinceMoron

Legend
Bancroft wooden racket
Head Pro
Head Vilas
Jack Kramer Autograph
Kenner Power Ace
Prince Pro
Wilson Ultra
Wilson Ultra II
Wilson Prostaff 85
Prince Graphite 110
Prince 730
Wilson Hyper Carbon
Wilson 6.1 Classic
Wilson 6.1 nCode
Babolat Pure Drive - made my elbow hurt
Wilson 6.1 kFactor
Wilson 6.1 BLX
Wilson K88
Wilson BLX 90
Wilson PS97
Wilson RF97
Sound choices but no Prestiges or VolklPB Mid10


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Saul Goode

Semi-Pro
Head XRC
Dunlop Max 200g
Prince Pro 90
Pro Kenneth Silver Ace
Wilson Ultra 2 Mid
Head Graphite Pro (turquoise)
Prince Spectrum
Kneissl White Star mid
Wilson PS 5.5 Aire Shell
Prince Graphite 90
Prince Blast mid
Head Trisys 260 midplus
Head Trisys 280
Head Tour XL
Volkl C10 extended
Wilson Hypercarbon PS 5.0
Head iPrestige MP
Volkl Quantum 10 tour
Head Liquidmetal Prestige MP
Head Flexpoint Prestige mid
Prince O3 Tour
Wilson Kfactor PS
Volkl DNX 10 mid
Babolat Pure Storm+ MP
Babolat Pure Storm+ Ltd
Prince EXO3 Tour
Head Youtek Prestige MP
Wilson PS 97s
Babolat Pure Aero Tour

Probably missed a couple, but that's what comes to mind, sequentially.
 

kevo82

Rookie
Dunlop Pro Series MP
Head Prestige Tour 660 MP (sold it fast)
Dunlop Revelation Classic Pro MP
Prince Triple Threat Graphite Mid 95
Prince Ozone Tour MP
Head Youtek Prestige Pro MP
Head iPrestige MP
Head Radical Tour MP Bumblebee
Dunlop Muscle Wave 200G MP (just bought 2 brand new)

The 3 new iPrestiges that I got over the last 3 years are still my favorites and main racquets that I use.
 
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47 year old 4.5 former D2 player, teaching pro and coach. Starting in high school 1984:

HIGH SCHOOL
1984 - Prince Pro 110 aluminum - 8th grade
1985 - Wilson Pro Staff 6.0 85 - 9th thru 12th grade

COLLEGE

1989 - Wilson Pro Staff 6.0 85 - if it ain't broke, don't fix it

USTA Tourney Play and Teaching:
1993 - Yonex RD-7 - sponsored by Yonex for a year
1994 - Dunlop Braided XL Revelation 90 - friend was a Dunlop sales rep, so I switched over
1995 - Head Pro Tour 280 - friend left Dunlop and went to Head (thank god! loved this racquet!)
2001 - Head i.Radical Midplus
2004 - Prince Turbo Shark Midplus

(took 10 years off)

back in at age 45....

2015 - Head Youtek Prestige Pro (non IG version)
2017 - Head Graphene XT Extreme Pro (current racquet)

Was a pro shop owner for a decade 1994-2003, so I am sure that I have hit with over 100 frames. I really like the Head Graphene XT Extreme Pro, but in my old age might start looking for something lighter going forward. Maybe the MPA version. I did hit with a Prince Shark Oversize when tournaments were over for the summer and LOVED it! Just wondering if its TOO light.
 

dsb

Rookie
I started Jr's back in 1972:

Wilson Stan Smith
Wilson Jack Kramer
Wilson Jack Kramer PS (the one with the diamonds)
Spaulding Pancho Gonzales (the one with the green racing stripe)
Donnay Borg Pro (experimenting w/ 2HBH)
Yonex OPS (the gold one)
Wilson PS 85
Wilson PS 90
Yonex Tour 89
Babolat Storm Ltd
Babolat PC 95 (current racquet)

Like everyone, I've hit with more than I can remember, but these are the ones that were my main sticks over the years, and the ones I had multiples of.
 

ace18

Professional
High School
Head Vilas, Head Graphite Edge, Pro Kennex Black Ace (senior year) early 80s.

College- 2 years than quit tennis (sold my racquets and bag to buy Stroh's 30 packs)
Pro Kennex Black Ace

22 year layoff 1985 to 2007

USTA/ALTA 2007 to current
Dunlop AG300
Head IG Rad Pro
Yonex Ai98
PS97
 

cryan87

Rookie
Tinkered with/borrowed from a friend/played a horrible first set in a competitive match before switching back to a regular with? Far too many to count.

Played 6+ months with:

Head Ti.S5 - first lessons
Head i.Prestige MP XL - my GOAT, and what I used for most of high school
Prince Triple Threat Graphite MP- used for a period in high school
Dunlop m-fil 200 - college
Head Liquidmetal Prestige MP - college
Head Extreme Pro - post-college free power racquet for when I "quit" tennis (played maybe twice in 10 years)
Ezone DR98 - current, although it's a love/hate because I'm so bad these days
 

darklore009

Hall of Fame
Wilson N4
Wilson K 6.1 95
Wilson 6.1 95 BLX 1
Wilson Six one Tour BLX
Wilson Prostaff 90 BLX 2012+2013 Ver
Wilson Prostaff 90 2015 ver
Wilson RF 97 Autograph
Prince Response 97
Yonex AI 98
Babolat Pure Drive Tour
Yonex Vcore 97 tour 330g
Technifibre 315 18x20
Wilson Six one 95 18x 20
Head Graphere Prestige Midplus

You can tell there something wrong with me with frequent racket change.
 

EdMcMush

Professional
my list updated
1. Babolat Pure Drive Roddick
2. Yonex Ezone ai 98
3. Babolat Pure Aero VS stars and stripes
my vs broke and then switched to
4. wilson blade 18 20
Vs warranty came back and went back to that
and now I am currently debating going back to my Ezone AI or going to a Volkl C10 pro
 

USPTARF97

Hall of Fame
Juniors, College, Open, Adult Age Division/ NTRP

Wilson Pro Staff (Wood) 10's
Head Edge (Metal) 12's
Head Edge (Graphite) 14's
Wilson Ultra. 16's
Head TXP College
Head Radical Pro (Agassi). College/Open
Wilson Ncode 6.1 16x19 Open/ Open Age Division
Head Radical Pro IG 5.0/ Open Age Division
Wilson RF97 4.5/5.0. OAD
Wilson Pro Staff 97. 4.5/5.0/ OAD
Wilson 6.1 95 18x20 Re-issue
*Wilson RF97 (Frame of choice)
 
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chrisb

Semi-Pro
I started playing in 1953 here we go
1950s Bancroft Aussie, Davis High Point, Bancroft super Winner
1960s Spalding Pancho G Autograph, Dunlop maxply, Spalding Aussie
1970s Maxply.. Wilson Smith Auto. Garcia 240. Davis Classic 2. Wilson Pro Staff, Wilson Advantage, Head Red head
1980s Wilson Galaxy, Prince pro, POG 107. Yamaha YG 50. Secret 4,
1990s Spalding Assault, H ead prestige classic. Wilson pro staff,
2000s Wilson 5.3, Wilson pro staff , Wilson 7.6. Wilson nano 6.1, Wilson K factor 6.1, Head Prestige pro
2010s Prestige pro, Head Instinct mp, Yonex DR 100, Prince EOX Rebel Tour
 

FedLIKEnot

Professional
Gamers:
Prince EXO3 Black 100
Wilson Blade 98 16/19
Wilson Pro Staff 97
Wilson Pro Staff 95s

Flirtations (bought but couldnt make the switch):
Blade 98s
Head Prestige 16/19
RF97
Blade 98s Countervail

Just re-upped on another PS95s and after tweaking my specs a bit I am pretty dialed in and not looking to even demo since I always end up staying with the PS95s anyways.
 
Wimbledon HM-88
Prince Triple Threat Warrior
Head Liquidmetal Radical OS
Head Liquidmetal Radical Pro
Head Liquidmetal Prestige Pro
Head Youtek Prestige Pro
Wilson RF97 (2016)
 

CosmosMpower

Hall of Fame
High School: Head Ti series
Picking up Tennis again after college: Yonex 95D, IG Prestige Pro, Blade 98 18x20/Blade 104, Angell TC Custom
 

WestboroChe

Hall of Fame
I have always approached racquets as a serial monogomist. One at a time, until I need a change.

HS/College
1) Wilson Aggressor -
2) Prince OG MidPlus

After College
3) Prince OG OS -
4) Prince TT More Precision
5) Wilson nCode 6.1 95
6) Prince Tour 100P
 

Rattler

Hall of Fame
High School

Had two Slazenger Rebel...wooden framed
Hit with a pro-staff (a version of the Kramer) in Senior year. Was not by any means a serious player.

Joined the USAF and didn’t play for years...got stationed in England, went to Wimbledon and got seriously hooked

-started back with a cheap black wide-bodied Kennex frame...first graphite frame good to re-groove but easy, easy power.

-Tried a bunch of frames, bought a Donnay Pro One off a Sgt that had been restationed..nice thin beam and tons of power and control

-switched to Head Radical Trysis (Bumblebee)

-Radical Twin Tube Zebra (Austrian made)...bought 4 of these

-Radical Intel
***blew my knee out and didn’t play for 3 years...just got bumped up to 4.0 and had a winning record there...
couldn’t run...was told I wouldn’t play again.


-Radical Micro-Gel...found that I was lacking something in this frame

-tried the Babolat Pure Drive (nice control and power) & Aero Pro (not a lot of control but loads of power...actually felt like I was swinging an empty sanwhich bag)

Switched to a Wilson Pro Staff..Red & White
Stable but light

Blade (black and silver...yes I bought them for the looks). Sweet frame...very manuverable..if not a touch unstable...even with tape

Wilson RF Auto...control, power, stability...no issues with the weight of the frame.
 

34n

Semi-Pro
50 y.o. Started around 78

HS/University ( open level ) 1980-90
1) Vostok ( USSR-Estonia made wood racket )

10 years break

USTA 5.0 2000-03
2) Estusa Power Beam Pro

12 years break
Current
3) Yonex Vcore Tour G

Obviously tried for a short period many other frames, but played competitively with only three mentioned above
 
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henweezy

Rookie
Wilson n6 Hybrid (Academy Sports racquet)
Volkl Organix 7 (310g)
Volkl Powerbridge 10 Mid
Babolat Pure Strike Tour
Wilson Blade 98 18x20 2015
Head Graphene Prestige MP

Now back to my trusty
Volkl powerbridge 10 mid :)
 
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Deleted member 742196

Guest
In order of chronology:


Gamma RZR 100 [1 year]
Pro Staff 85 [1.5 years]
Pro Staff 90 [1 year]
Angell TC95 [1 month]
Pro Staff 90 [half year]
Pro Staff 95 [two months]
Angell TC95 [two months] >>>>> end point.

Along the way I tried many many many modern frames, including the RF97. I can't in the least understand how Federer uses that club. I'm definitely in the classic mid camp, the nearest I've managed to scrape myself to something modern is the TC95.
 

WestboroChe

Hall of Fame
Dunlop Black Max
Dunlop Max 200g
Wilson PS6.0 95
Wilson PS6.1 stretch 110
Wilson PS6.1 stretch 95 classic

Wilson PS6.1 classic 95
Prince original graphite mid
Prince original graphite oversize
Dunlop Muscle Weave 200g
-(my main stick for the last 14 years)
Yonex RDX 500 mid
Wilson N-code Six-one 18x20
Wilson N-code Six-one 16x19
Babolat APD 2013
Angell TC95 18x20 63RA
(just delivered today)

bold=still in the collection
Curious to know if you prefer the n6.1 with the 18x20 or the 16x18. I used the latter for almost 10 years but never tried the denser string bed.
 

pLaRiCn

New User
Chronological order (short short tennis life so far):
Wilson Blade 98 (2013) ( < 1/2 year )
Wilson STeam 96 ( < 1/2 year )
Prince TeXtreme Tour 95 ( > 1 year and counting... stick of choice, hopefully won't diverge... )
Yonex VCore Tour 89 ( just wanted to try for fun, won't be switching )
 
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@WestboroChe
I prefered the 16x19. I never really got my groove with the 18x20. Turned out too stiff for my taste. At the time I used it I was into multi strung tight. Also, I knew nothing about customization. I'm curious to string up something a bit more modern and bring it to my current specs. I probably won't.
 

WestboroChe

Hall of Fame
@WestboroChe
I prefered the 16x19. I never really got my groove with the 18x20. Turned out too stiff for my taste. At the time I used it I was into multi strung tight. Also, I knew nothing about customization. I'm curious to string up something a bit more modern and bring it to my current specs. I probably won't.
The nCode was a sneaky powerful frame. I had to string it really tight to control it and even then it wasn't easy. But when you were on your game, that thing buzzed. I could carve a slice BH that would skip off the court at ankle height or hit a serve so wide it pulled the returner off the court. I think you should string that baby up with some nice rough poly and see how it hits. If your arm could take it, you would be a spin meister.

FWIW, I recently switched to a frame with an 18x20 string bed. It seems to give me a little better directional control which was always lacking on the nCode. Plus I don't feel like I'm lugging a tire iron around the court.
 

mavsman149

Hall of Fame
Wilson Titanium 6.6 MP
Prince TT Graphite Mid
Babolat Pure Drive 2001
Babolat Pure Control 2001
Head LM Prestige Mid
Babolat Pure Storm Original
Babolat Pure Control 2001
Babolat Pure Control 2003
Babolat Pure Control 2001
Fischer M Speed Pro One 98 SL
Wilson KBlade Tour
Babolat Pure Control 2001
Wilson KBlade Tour
Head Youtek Prestige Pro
Dunlop MW 200G
Babolat Pure Control 2001
Babolat Pure Drive Roddick

I have owned many other frames as well that I never used full time. I still use the Roddick and am trying to be less of a racket hoarder now. I only have my Roddick's and a Dunlop 300G and a Wilson nBlade 98 that I was thinking of experimenting with lead with. I briefly hit with the TFight 315 LTD 16 mains and can't get it out of my head though.
Haha, I did end up falling for the allure of the Tecnifibre.....we can add that to the list, I sold all my other rackets except for a 300G that I'm getting strung up for my fiancee to learn with.
 

NLBwell

Legend
Wood racket that my Dad bought at the PX and sawed off to make it shorter
My Mom's Doris Hart racket and my Dad's old racket with blue paint from when he was stationed in England that had "by appointment to the King" on it - probably 16oz weight.
Sheffield X-15 steel racket (first real racket that was really mine). I thought it was great. Loved whacking balls against the backboard with that thing. My brother later got essentially the same racket, but it was a Garcia racket then.
High school-
Back to wood with Bancroft Professional (similar to a Wilson Jack Kramer with a Head-shaped grip).
Yoneyama 8500 - green aluminum (later known as Yonex)
College -
Spaulding World Cup - back to wood again
Back to the Yonex 8500
Jack Kramer Pro Staff- yes, back to wood
Afterwards -
Slazenger Challenge #1
Slazenger Challenge Graphite - wood with graphite inlays

ProKennex Black Ace (first graphite racket) - played with it for many years until the grommets wore out and couldn't get more grommets
ProKennex Black Ace 90 - Kenex gave it to me as a replacement for the Black Ace, but I never felt right with it
Kneissel White Star Twin - too light, couldn't get anything on my serve, could never get it weighted right
Wilson ProStaff 85 - played with for many years
Head Pro Tour 280 - played with for many years until couldn't get replacments

Era of racket choice instability - never quite found the perfect racket - Yonex RD-Ti-70-88, POG 25th Anniv., Prince Response Ti (had kind of settled on these), and picked up a couple of Warren Bosworth Kennex Black Aces from TW that I still use a lot.

Finally, 3 Head Prestige Pro Microgel that I'm sticking with and 3 Prestige Pro Youteks that a friend sold me cheap when she got new rackets. I'll be playing with these for a long time. I love them almost as much as my old Pro Tour 280s.
 

AM75

Hall of Fame
Some wood racket
Prince Zone 110
Yonex Super RD Tour 95
Babolat Pure Drive Roddick Plus
Wilson Steam 96
Wilson Blade 98 (2015) 18x20 (racket of choice)
Tecnifibre TFight 315 ATP Limited 18x20 (for doubles)
 

bobombom

Rookie
Prince Thundercloud (High School)
Prince O3 (College)
Babolat Pure Storm Tour (Med School)
Yonex Tour G 330 (Late Med School)
Wilson Blade last 3 iterations (Residency)
Prince TT 100p (Current)

Full circle back to Prince, never switching again (or so I say..)
 

stephenclown

Professional
Frames used for competitive:
Prince Shark
Prince beast
Babolat Pure storm limited
Head liquidmetal
RF97
Pure Aero
Yonex Duel G 97 310
Angell TC97
Angell TC95
 
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Biogenic

Rookie
Babolat APD
Wilson Six one Tour BLX
Wilson Prostaff BLX
Wilson RF 97
Yonex Vcore tour G 330
Wilson PS97S 2016
Wilson six one 95 18x20 <3 <3
 
K Factor 6.1 95 16x18
2010 BLX 6.1 95 18x20
2012 BLX2 6.1 95 18x20
Pro Staff RF97
Pro Staff 90
2014 6.1 95 18x20
Babolat Pure Drive (very briefly)
2017 6.1 95 18x20
 
K Factor 6.1 95 16x18
2010 BLX 6.1 95 18x20
2012 BLX2 6.1 95 18x20
Pro Staff RF97
Pro Staff 90
2014 6.1 95 18x20
Babolat Pure Drive (very briefly)
2017 6.1 95 18x20
 

NickJ

Professional
Racquets Used - which I would class as being used when playing leagues or tournaments

Head Magnum
Head 660 Graphite Master
Donnay Pro One
Wilson Pro Staff Classic
Wilson Pro Staff Original 6.0 95
Slazenger Pro Braided
Dunlop MuscleWeave 200g
Babolat Pure Storm
Wilson PS 95S
Yonex Ezone DR98 310g (current)


Racquet History - as in every racquet I can remember owning for any length of time

Head 660 Graphite Master
Head Magnum
Head Graphite Radial
Head Radical 690
Head Graphene XT Radical MP
Head Liquid Metal Radical OS
Head Liquid Metal Prestige
Head Speed Pro
Head Genesis
Head Atlantis
Slazenger Pro Braided
Dunlop Muscle Weave 200g
Donnay Pro One
Donnay Formula Pro
Dunlop MaxPly McEnroe (woody)
Prince Thunderstick
Prince CTS Approach
Prince Original Graphite OS
Prince TexTreme Tour 95
Mizuno (??)
Wilson Sting
Wilson Pro Staff Classic & Tour Edition
Wilson Tour 90
Wilson ncode Pro Staff Tour 90
Wilson ncode SixOne 95
Wilson KFactor Tour 90
Wilson Pro Staff Original 6.0 95 & 85 (confirmed St Vincent!!)
Wilson Pro Staff 95S
Wilson Pro Staff 95
Wilson Pro Staff 97LS
Wilson Jack Kramer Pro Staff (woody)
Snauwert Ergonom
Fischer Vacuum Pro
Fischer M Speed Pro Number One
Fischer Pro One
Pro Kennex Redondo Type C
Vantage Custom
Babolat Pure Storm
Babolat Pure Drive
Babolat AeroPro
Boris Becker Delta Core London
Volkl C10 Pro Ext.
Yonex Ezone DR98 310g
New recent additions -
Head Polaris 660
Dunlop 200g
Prince POG Midplus (3 stripe)
Prince Phantom
2 x Yonex AI98
 

NickJ

Professional
Racquets Used - which I would class as being used when playing leagues or tournaments

Head Magnum
Head 660 Graphite Master
Donnay Pro One
Wilson Pro Staff Classic
Wilson Pro Staff Original 6.0 95
Slazenger Pro Braided
Dunlop MuscleWeave 200g
Babolat Pure Storm
Wilson PS 95S
Yonex Ezone DR98 310g (current)


Racquet History - as in every racquet I can remember owning for any length of time

Head 660 Graphite Master
Head Magnum
Head Graphite Radial
Head Radical 690
Head Graphene XT Radical MP
Head Liquid Metal Radical OS
Head Liquid Metal Prestige
Head Speed Pro
Head Genesis
Head Atlantis
Slazenger Pro Braided
Dunlop Muscle Weave 200g
Donnay Pro One
Donnay Formula Pro
Dunlop MaxPly McEnroe (woody)
Prince Thunderstick
Prince CTS Approach
Prince Original Graphite OS
Prince TexTreme Tour 95
Mizuno (??)
Wilson Sting
Wilson Pro Staff Classic & Tour Edition
Wilson Tour 90
Wilson ncode Pro Staff Tour 90
Wilson ncode SixOne 95
Wilson KFactor Tour 90
Wilson Pro Staff Original 6.0 95 & 85 (confirmed St Vincent!!)
Wilson Pro Staff 95S
Wilson Pro Staff 95
Wilson Pro Staff 97LS
Wilson Jack Kramer Pro Staff (woody)
Snauwert Ergonom
Fischer Vacuum Pro
Fischer M Speed Pro Number One
Fischer Pro One
Pro Kennex Redondo Type C
Vantage Custom
Babolat Pure Storm
Babolat Pure Drive
Babolat AeroPro
Boris Becker Delta Core London
Volkl C10 Pro Ext.
Yonex Ezone DR98 310g
New recent additions -
Head Polaris 660
Dunlop 200g
Prince POG Midplus (3 stripe)
Prince Phantom
2 x Yonex AI98
 
Have 30+ sticks but here are my actual match racquets:
High School - Head Youtek IG Extreme MP 2.0
Two years ago - Head Graphene XT Speed Pro
A year ago - Wilson Burn FST 95
Now - Whatever I feel like using, could be either of those three or any of my many other sticks.
 
Have 30+ sticks but here are my actual match racquets:
High School - Head Youtek IG Extreme MP 2.0
Two years ago - Head Graphene XT Speed Pro
A year ago - Wilson Burn FST 95
Now - Whatever I feel like using, could be either of those three or any of my many other sticks.
 
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