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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-17-2007, 02:55 AM Thread Starter
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Change (slight) in racket preference

Change in racket preference, amongst the Pros:
Men’s tennis racket brands
According to the ATP web site
Through the top 100 ranked players:

Head 25
uncertain 21
Babolat 13
Prince 11
Dunlop 7
Wilson 7
Fischer 4
Technifibre 4
Yonex 4
Volkl 2
Kneissl 1
Slazenger 1

------------------through the top 50 players---------------

Head 14
Babolat 8
Prince 6
Dunlop 5
Wilson 5
Yonex 3
Fischer 2
Technifibre 2
uncertain 2
Kneissl 1
Slazenger 1
Volkl 1

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Top 45 ranked players, as of:
July 1, 2004

Head 13
Babolat 11
Wilson 5
Prince 4
Yonex 4
Fischer 3
Dunlop 2
Slazenger 1
Volkl 1
Technifibre 1

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Pro Racket usage:
(from a Feb. 2003 Tennis issue - )

Head 3
Wilson 3
Babolat 2
Prince 2
Dunlop 1
Fischer 1
Slazenger 1
Volkl 1
Yonex 1

Combined list
(from the top 25 in the Champion’s Race & through #29 in the entry rankings lists)
(35 pros)
Head 7
Uncertain 6
Prince 6
Wilson 5
Babolat 3
Dunlop 2
Volkl 2
Yonex 2
Slazenger 1
Fischer 1
Seems like Head is pulling away from Babolat, and Wilson is falling off the just the last 2-3 years.

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Re: Change (slight) in racket preference

because everyone loves head

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Re: Change (slight) in racket preference

because head are paying everyone more to spray their old rackets to make them look like head ones.
despite that, i think head rackets are very good and i wouldnt change mine
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Re: Change (slight) in racket preference

i never liked head rackets but i guess Wilson is becoming a bit too popular with the KFed racket and its giving off a "only K-thing is a good racket all our others suck and if you're not Federer, you suck" aura. OR back a few months, replace the new one with the n.sixone.


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