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Which racquet is better?
I am a highschool player, been playing for 10 years bla bla bla.
i like playing with control/accuracy. I like to put the ball in the corners or on the tramlines so my opponent has to run a lot. I need a raqcuet that can supply good control/Accuracy on all shots. So which is the better Control racquet?
Babolat AeroPro drive
Wilson nCode nSix-One 95
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Wilson nCode nSix-One 95 all the way! i know plenty of people who use it and say that it has the best accuracy of all the racquets thev'e tried! hope that helps :-)
babolat is the best racket!!
Pro Kennex 7g is the way to go for control.
recently got a Wilson Mach 3 for $40 nz very good racquet a bargain and handles really well powerful great for most shots has a nice feel to it cant comment on the 2 you mention though as i havent tried them out
No such thing as "the best"
find a few racquets that have good control (vs. pure power) and demo them, see which one YOU like the best
if there was a "best" racquet out there, all the pros would use it and everyone else would be out of business
i started play tennis 5 years ago, and can say i am improving fast. i started play my best tennis this spring when i bought head liquidmetal radical mid plus. few weeks ago i got the new edition flexpoint radical mid plus. did i make a mistake or not ???
i didnt know u have racquet for every need
its more how u like the raquet & feel comfortable playing with it
the powere & accuracy come from ur shots grip
my thought anyways
i had a wilson while growing up it was fine until my dad got me the dunlop
what a difference i felt
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You should use the head liquid metal flexpoint instinct...it is the ultimate control stick. It is hard for me to miss with this frame. It allows me to go for more on my shots, and gives me enough control to keep the ball deep in the court....you might have to get a line judge...it is that accurate, really. I hope you have a big take back, because this frame does rick alot of power. Or you can string it at a lighter tension to help produce power.
Not to sound stupid. But I think as long as you find the right racquet (in terms of length, head-weight distribution, weight) any racquet similar to it will do. I think many people think that being picky about finding teh right racquet will help. Well I guess there's too much reliance on which racquet will offer what.
If you are in comp players should learn to adapt (and through his experiment) his/her shots with different but similar racquets.
However, that head liquid metal instinct looks good
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