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HEAD Liquidmetal Radical MP [or] BABOLAT Aeropro Drive?

What are the pro and cons of these 2 racquets? Which one do you think is better suited toward a beginner?
Also, in your opinion, which one do you think is better overall?



Also, I'm curious as to which one has more power?
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Re: HEAD Liquidmetal Radical MP [or] BABOLAT Aeropro Drive?

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What are the pro and cons of these 2 racquets? Which one do you think is better suited toward a beginner?
Also, in your opinion, which one do you think is better overall?



Also, I'm curious as to which one has more power?
Thanks
I f you're a beginner don't go with a player's racket. Forget about Head because their racquets are for developed players. If you are in good shape and willing to train a lot you should buy a racquet suitable for 3.0-5.0 players. If there's a tennis shop around you, go there talk to the guys there and get in their demo program and try a bunch of racquets.

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Re: HEAD Liquidmetal Radical MP [or] BABOLAT Aeropro Drive?

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I f you're a beginner don't go with a player's racket. Forget about Head because their racquets are for developed players. If you are in good shape and willing to train a lot you should buy a racquet suitable for 3.0-5.0 players. If there's a tennis shop around you, go there talk to the guys there and get in their demo program and try a bunch of racquets.
I agree completely. I play with a Liquidmetal Radical and it's not for a beginner. No way.
As posted above, you should demo some beginner rackets: lighter and able to produce more power.
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