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  1. #1

    npro surge / npro team

    Hi,
    I'm new at this community and, as you'll guess, English is not my first even nor second language.
    1.- I have bought a wilson npro team recently and i really like it, specially because it is quite powerful, gives a good control and accurancy and, specially, it is comfortable, easy to play with.
    But I am worried about tennis elbow. I haven't had any trouble, but the racquet feels stiff and not heavy (291 g. unstrung).
    Anybody?
    2.- Does anybody know what is the difference between npro surge and npro team? Where I live I couldn't get or even see npro surge.
    Thanks in advanced.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2004
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    UK
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    The surge rackets aren't much good in my opinion. The npro team isn't what I'd call a very stiff racket, as long as your technique is sound you shouldnt get too many problems as far as tennis elbow is concerned.

  3. #3

    Thumbs up

    Thanks a lot for your comments.
    Really during these days I have been using the new racquet and as you say it is not very stiff.
    You're right: let's enjoy the racquet and forget what could happen in the future.

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