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  1. #1
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    Does anyone know what racket Nadal or Federer play with?

    Don't care which one; either works for me, but does anyone know which either of the two play with?
    I've been wanting to buy the racket they play with but the farest I got with google search was finding out Rog played with a wilson.

    Does anyone know the type and if they would possibly sell it in Australia?

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    Roger uses a Wilson K Factor KSix-One Tour 90.
    Should be available here.
    Rafa uses a Babolat - not sure which.

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by ilendl View Post
    Roger uses a Wilson K Factor KSix-One Tour 90.
    Should be available here.
    Rafa uses a Babolat - not sure which.
    Rafa's is the AeroPro Drive series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTennisWiki View Post
    Rafa's is the AeroPro Drive series.

    that is the yellow one just so u know

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    I just realized I already have the same racket as Rafa ! :O
    goodness,
    and does anyone know how good this racket is exactly?
    i know it ought to be good seeing a rog plays with it, but i am under 15 so will they have a suitable size for me?

  6. #6
    its a very good racket, i see a lot of kids with it, i think its based for people with a ton of topspin.

    i was thinking about getting it can u tell me what you think?
    i think i prefer the babolat blue though

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    Quote Originally Posted by ty17383 View Post
    its a very good racket, i see a lot of kids with it, i think its based for people with a ton of topspin.

    i was thinking about getting it can u tell me what you think?
    i think i prefer the babolat blue though
    The rafa racquet is a fairly good stick, a bit light for my tastes but other than that it is pretty solid.

    By babolat blue I guess you mean the pure drive series of racquets. I will caution you now that these racquets are VERY stiff. If you have any kind of arm problems (TE) then you may want to demo one for a while to see if it bothers you.
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    The Aero Pro Drive Plus, to sum it up in one word is: Comfortable.
    Once, you find the right size, it's quite easy to play with. You can grip it comfortably, no pain in the hand. It's easy to control, and once you find the perfect angle, your sure to hit a winner. So far I've played in 10 matches with the Aero Pro Drive Plus, and it's done a lot of favors my way. It's a excellent racket.
    As for the Pure Drive Plus, I borrowed my old cousin's once. She has a bigger grip size then me so I struggled a lot and couldn't control the ball. Therefore, my tip for you if you are buying a Pure Drive + is get the PERFECT size. Like the TennisWiki mentioned above, it can be stiff. So, you MUST make sure to get the PERFECT, SPOT ON size.

  9. #9
    Federer uses the Wilson K Factor KSix-One Tour 90.
    Rafael uses the Babolat Aero Pro Drive with Cortex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nextFederer View Post
    Federer uses the Wilson K Factor KSix-One Tour 90.
    Rafael uses the Babolat Aero Pro Drive with Cortex.
    so how long have you been a fan of tennis? i know you've been playing for about a year.

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