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Old 03-03-2010, 10:05 AM   #1
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between Babolat aeropro drive gt and Head YOUTEK Radical Midplus. which is better and what is the difference?
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the babolat is easier to use, more powerful and suits someone who hits with spin and predominantly from the baseline. the radical is slightly harder to use, gives more control and better feel and suits somebody who plays a more all court game.
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Thanks for the answer

I've tested both and the Head is better on my backhand and the serve. Babolat is good because I get a lot of spin and power on my forehand . I'll try them again. but I play all court game with a lot of baseline and a like to put spin on the ball.
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has anyone tried the BLXs if so are they any good?
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yes. i've hit with the blx 6.1 tour, blx 95 and blx tour. they are all a different feel to the previous versions, a more muted kind of feel. you get less vibrations, which is good for your arms, but whether that is something i like, i don't know, i need to him with them more before i decide
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