Yonex RDX 300 Super Midplus (103 sq. in.) for two-handed BH

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by erw325, Dec 25, 2004.

  1. erw325

    erw325 Rookie

    Feb 21, 2004
    According to TW, this is an extended 27.5 inch length and a 103 sq. inch headsize, the RDX 300 Super Mid is ideal for those who like to rip the two-hander. Players with fast swings will find some good pop and plenty of spin from this racquet. Both solid at net, and ideally suited to aggressive baseline players, the Super Mid is a good choice for the senior doubles specialist or the young back court ripper. Offers a large sweetspot and a comfortable, slightly dampened feel. Reccomended for 3.5 to 5.0 NTRP level players.

    Anybody with two handed backhand tried this? Appreciate any comment or mini-review. Thanks in advance.
  2. andfor

    andfor Legend

    Mar 16, 2004
    I have not tried the 103 or the 98 RDX 300 and have not seen any threads about these models. Most here on this board who are posting about Yonex are discussing the RDX 500 Mid and then the MP.

    This does not mean the RDX 300 series is not good as it's geard for different players. I would like to hear how it plays if you get to demo it.
  3. atatu

    atatu Hall of Fame

    Feb 18, 2004
    Austin, Texas
    I bought one when they first came out. It was pretty solid from the baseline, and had more power than I expected. I enjoyed hitting my two hander with it. However, I really couldn't volley with it, it wasn't very manuverable and I play a lot of doubles. I ended up selling mine after about a month.

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