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  1. #1

    So, what new racquet should i get?

    Hello,
    Well i've been using a Ti Smash Head racquet that a friend let me use for the high school tennis team, i dunno how much it cost or w/e but i've played with it for about 5 months and the racquet is just making noises that it shouldn't be. I'd rate myself as a 3.5-4. I have a fast swing and like angle shots with a lot of top spin.

    I didn't take tennis that seriously but seeing how i'm doin good and i'm actually not bad, I just want to know if i need a heavier racquet so i can use more of my own power or what?! i'm just confused...lol

  2. #2
    I'd go for the new Babolat (Nadal's racket) for real strong topspin and power from the baseline or the Dunlop Five Hundred Tour for angle, power and net game.

  3. #3
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    Yonex RDS 003.
    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Revi...308Review.html
    Sounds like what you are looking for!

  4. #4
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    These are the best brands (in my opinion/experience) listed from the best to the least best.

    1. Wilson
    2. Volkl
    3. Babolat
    3. Head (ALL THREE ARE EQUAL THIRD AS THEY ARE ABOUT THE SAME QUALITY)
    3. Prince
    4. Dunlop

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by Robyna View Post
    These are the best brands (in my opinion/experience) listed from the best to the least best.

    1. Wilson
    2. Volkl
    3. Babolat
    3. Head (ALL THREE ARE EQUAL THIRD AS THEY ARE ABOUT THE SAME QUALITY)
    3. Prince
    4. Dunlop
    Thank you for the tennis racquet brand list. But it still depends on the players tennis playing style to decide on the suitable racquet for them. Such as oversize or mid-plus tennis racquets.
    Personal experience on different types of racquets will help players to choose the ideal racquet.
    Enjoy every tennis games with my Wilson ncode racquet. Big fans of all Tennis ATP matches.

  6. #6
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    Yes very well said! (:
    And hows the racquet going?
    I also use a Wilson Ncode occasionaly it is very good. (:

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