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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-12-2009, 04:20 PM Thread Starter
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Transition From Radical Team to...........

My 17 year old friend is looking to transition out of his Microgel Radical Team to an easy to use players stick because he will be playing 1st singles this year (he was 4th singles last year) at my old high school. His main weapon is a 2H BH and he is looking for a racket to compliment that, add more to his forehand, and also offer more stability on serve returns (He plays from the baseline 95% of the time). I'm not sure these are all right, but

Microgel radical pro
dunlop aerogel 200
Boris Becker 11
Yonex RDS 001 mid+
Wilson Kblade Tour

Or any other suggestions
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Re: Transition From Radical Team to...........

if he's looking for an easy to use players racket then none of the rackets you mentioned really fit the bill; really they are all advanced players rackets. he may prefer something in between the radical team and the rackets you've listed, such as:

babolat aero storm
dunlop aerogel 300
head microgel radical mp
wilson kblade
yonex rds 002

they are all what you would call light players rackets. they are heavier than the radical team, so they give more stability, and the extra weight and smaller headsize give more control
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