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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-30-2009, 05:57 AM Thread Starter
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Yonex for begginer

I have just bought the Yonex RQiS Tour 2. I am beginner at tennis an choosed this racket mostly on two factors. That head size won't be smaller than 100 inch and it won't be very stiff. What other think about this racket and yonex for beginners in general. Really interesting to know if i made a mistake choosing this model.
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Re: Yonex for begginer

its not brilliant for beginners. its what you would call a light players racket, so it has a fiar bit more control than would a typical beginners racket. if you are looking to start playing quite seriously and are going to play a couple of times a week and have lessons then you might get away with it. if not, then it will be pretty challenging to use
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Re: Yonex for begginer

Would the Babolat pure drive GT be better in my situation? Cause i had opportunity to have it instead of yonex.
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the babolat would be worse. its heavier and has a smaller sweetspot
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Re: Yonex for begginer

What strings to choose for my rqis tour 2 racket?

I have ability to choose from Babolat, Wilson, Technifibre strings and want strings to be comfort.
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from babolat there is xcel or addiction. from wilson nxt or nxt tour. from tecnifibre x1 biphase or nrg2
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Re: Yonex for begginer

And what string tension to choose ? And which is better xcel premium or xcel power ?

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go at the lower end of the tension range, so low 50s. i doubt you will notice a difference between xcel premium and xcel power, so you may as well save yourself some money and go for whichever is cheaper
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Re: Yonex for begginer

One plus about the Yonex is that Kirilenko uses one (I think), you can think of her while you play.
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