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    Racket Question-Mats Wilander model-1980's

    I have a Mats Wilander F200 carbon racket from the '80's. Should I use it or should I try to sell it and get a newer one? I kinda like this one, and the condition is good. What do people think about playing with such old equipment?
    Thanks for your responses!
    Ellen in Oakland

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    Talking More time has passed

    I buy and sell racquets as a hobby. That racquet you have is a class racquet for its time but, as time has passed, improvements have been made. Why not demo some new racquets of the same weights & head size see what you think. They will have some deals soon as new models come out.
    You can then put your old racquet on e-bay if you get a new racquet.
    One other thing to consider is your grommets as they wear over time.

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