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Old 07-19-2008, 03:29 PM   #1
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hi guys i am new here and this is my first post. i've been readin' a lot of posts before i decided to write by myself. as i didn't found any comment to helpful to me i am now asking you to advise me in buying new racquet. now i play with an old pro staff 5.0 with head size 95.(really old),and i am looking for a new better technology and racquet. what would you reccommend to me?. another wilson or something else. i am soon taking one radical so i am not sure that is the right choice for me.
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IT IS 95 not 85. my BAD

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Old 07-19-2008, 08:28 PM   #2
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no racket manufacturer has an 85 sq inch racket in their current range, nor will they have again in the future. if you like the racket you have and want something similar the most similar would be the wilson k6.1 tour, which is 90sq inch.

other options would be the head microgel prestige mid, which is advertised as 93sq inches but is actually 90. it is also a bit lighter and easier to use than the wilson. a further option would be the dunlop aerogel 100, which is 90sq inch and again a little bit lighter
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I would suggest a Wilson K Factor Six-One 95 as a starting point. This is a player's racquet at 11.7 oz. unstrung, 95 sq.in., and is very popular among good players and pros. A lighter, similar racquet is the K Factor Six-One Team at 10.2 oz. unstrung, 95 sq.in.

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