Wilson Ncode Tour 90 - Asian/Japan version? Back-up racquet?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by TuTu, Aug 17, 2004.

  1. TuTu

    TuTu New User

    Feb 23, 2004
    Hi everybody,

    I'm currently using the US version of Wilson Ncode 6.1 Tour 90.

    But after a 2 set play of single, I tend to get tire on the 3rd set. And my pace slowed down.

    The Asian/Japan version of Wilson Ncode 6.1 Tour 90 is slightly less than 12 oz.

    I'm thinking with less than 1 oz at hand, it should enable me to play longer. Or may be play a game of double, after single : p

    So my questions,

    1) Is the Wilson Ncode 6.1 Tour 90 (Asian Version) a good back-up racquet?

    2) Or should i get myself a Wilson Ncode 6.1 95 (US version) as a back-up?

    3) Please comment Wilson Ncode 6.1 Tour 90 (Japan Version)? Anyone are welcome.

    Thank you.
  2. drakulie

    drakulie Talk Tennis Guru

    May 3, 2004
    FT. Lauderdale, Florida
    I have always felt that if you are going to have a primary raquet that you really enjoy, get a second one of the same kind.

    Maybe after acouple of weeks you will get used to the weight, and be able to play with it longer.

    Godd Luck.
  3. BigK35

    BigK35 New User

    Aug 3, 2004
    Don't use a different racquet, it will be hard to adjust during a match. Either you get used to the weight, or change your strategy for the 3rd set. Hit balls high over the net with a lot of top sping pushing your opponnet far behind the base line. Lob to a corner and come to net. Throw in some drop shots and when your opponnet is at net lob it over him. Be smart with angles.


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