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Question Has Anyone Playtested the New HEAD YOUTEK Speed LITE ???

Has anyone hit with Youtek Speed LITE ?? I can't seem to find a review on this one. There are many reviews on Speed Pro however. but i was interested in this frame as well. Any opinion out there. ?

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Re: Has Anyone Playtested the New HEAD YOUTEK Speed LITE ???

not yet. but if you really want to know how it plays then i'll do it today
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Re: Has Anyone Playtested the New HEAD YOUTEK Speed LITE ???

ok, i hit with the speed lite earlier and i have to say its pretty good. it had a nice feel to it; felt quite a bit softer than its 68 flex rating. power and spin generation in particular were very easy and control was better than expected. it would be a very good racket for a junior or a weak/lower intermediate adult
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Re: Has Anyone Playtested the New HEAD YOUTEK Speed LITE ???

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ok, i hit with the speed lite earlier and i have to say its pretty good. it had a nice feel to it; felt quite a bit softer than its 68 flex rating. power and spin generation in particular were very easy and control was better than expected. it would be a very good racket for a junior or a weak/lower intermediate adult
How does it serve ?? Is it good for powerful serving ? thanks.

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Re: Has Anyone Playtested the New HEAD YOUTEK Speed LITE ???

serving is fine, relatively powerful; because of the balance its nice and easy to get through the ball
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