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Comments: Got this as a back up racquet for the BB London, but it has become the number one. Awesome
controllable power and spin. Little stiffer than the London, but still easy on my aging arm. Fantastic all around - serve (flat or
kick), volleys, and groundstrokes. Using Volkl Cyclone tour at 50 lbs - great dwell. Love it.
Comments: I have been playing this one for a month now: nice power, great spin access, nice control even when
driving flat. I love the raw feel of this stick. The swing weight is a little low so I have been slowing adding small amounts of lead
and it has improved the plow and comfort level. I've tried gut, high level multi's and a few co polys. My final set up is 11.4 ounces
at 6 points head light while varying the lead from the throat to a little at 10 and 2 o'clock and using tecnifibre Red Code 17g or
Pacific X Cite 17g at 55m/53x (constant pull). This stick performs well for me for groundstrokes, volleys (super), and serving. I
have been on a constant see saw between control sticks and popular 100 square inch frames such as Pure Drives, Aero Drives,
Volkl Organix 8 315 g, Donnay Formula 100, Dunlop Aerogel 500, Yonex VCore 100 S, iterations of the Head Radicals, Prestige
Mids, etc. This one seems to be the one to stick with and just play!
Comments: Whoa Nelly! Never before have I been able to tap into such easy power without launching the
ball long. The NYC performs well for the all-courter. Heavy groundies, precise volleys, every type of serve,
it's all possible with this frame. The only "deficiency" if I can call it one is that I haven't been able to get the sharp,
penetrating quality on slices as is possible with a heavier frame like the Prestige Pro or the Boris Becker 11. But for its
weight and considering everything else that it does well, the NYC hits more-than-adequate slices, just have to keep that
racket face close to vertical and plow forward to keep the ball dirty-low.
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