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Old 09-30-2010, 01:07 AM   #2
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Default Re: Help buying a racket

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Originally Posted by greenpeter View Post
Hi,
I'm 28 years old, and i started taking lessons once a week. took 2 lessons till now.
Now the thing is that i can't call myself a beginner because i used to take lessons around once every one or two weeks when i was around 17.
I have a full swing on my forehand, my backhand is really out of shape but i think it will come back.

so i can't call myself an amateur, but i'm not sure i'm an intermediate player.

also i'm kind of interested in a Wilson because my friend has a cousin who sells Wilsons and i can get a good discount, but i'll hear all suggestions and i'm not limiting the budget.

my thoughts where of a low power, around 100-105 head size, and a medium sized racket, for example the pro team FX BLX,
but i have no experience in buying a racket so i'm waiting for you all to help and direct me.
10x peter
sure go with the blx. you wont know what you do and dont like in rackets until you try a variety of rackets so you may want to demo first.
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