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Comments: This racquet is ok for the intermediate people, but terrible for 4.0+. It wobbles at the net like George said, and it doesn't feel maneuverable enough. At the same time it is also very stiff, and will hurt your wrist on hard shots.
Comments: I agree with the reviewers who said the racket lacks power. Also, it is not true that the racket has a solid feel on volleys. If you play against players who hit the ball hard, the racket will wobble at net. Overall, not a good choice for men 4.0 or above.
Comments: Demo-ed this racket over the past week. Had no problems getting used to it. Feel and comfort is superb, but only when the ball is struck cleanly. Easy to generate power, but not so much on spin. I found off-centre shots jarring and although the head size is forgiving, you can pay a high price in terms of control when you miss the sweet spot even slightly. Also, it is impossible to play this racket without a vibration dampener (which will be fine if you play with one anyway). Overall, a wonderful racket to play with, especially if you are a somewhat consistent player.
Comments: Bought one of these and strung it up with Luxilon Big Banger 18 Ace at 60 lbs and I am very happy. Good, solid stick for a 3.5 player like me. I'm getting good topspin from the string and a nice solid feel. Serves are spinning nicely due to the slightly larger hitting areas and string biting into the ball. My overall game improved a lot with this setup and for the price you just can't beat it.
Comments: I love this racquet. It's extremely light and gives you a lot of power. It's easy to volley with and doesn't hurt your arm. I just bought my third one.
Comments: I don't know why people say this racquet has no power when it is hugely powerful. Great control when strung right but when it is strung wrong it is terrible. Huge serves for me, great for volleys with the nice large face, good control on the groundstrokes.
Comments: This racquet gives good control and good feeling when the ball impacts on string. Not much power is provided, but you can't deny its ease of control. Player can enjoy various strokes and enjoy long time playing it without getting pain in arms. It's really good for game improver! Just love it.
Comments: I thought the racquet hit very well. It has an extremely large sweet spot. Definitely more of a senior racquet. Big swings can make the ball float long.
Comments: This is a fantastic stick. If you are looking for an ultimate 'tweener racquet, this is it my friend. To me it all starts with how the frame feels in your hand, how maneuverable and comfortable it is. This relatively light frame is perfectly balanced so I could take fast and forceful swings yet feel totally in control. And when you pop the ball just right in the sweet spot, it makes that euphoric thwacking sound and make you feel like you've shattered the ball to pieces with the string bed biting deep into the fuzz. Really. I am not the strongest guy out there and as I get older, I am looking for additional pop from my racquet. If you think you have good enough control to tame this powerful yet solid racquet, I strongly recommend you check this baby out. You will be glad.
Comments: This is one of the worst rackets I have hit with. I demoed it for a test run and I hated it. It has no power; you have to swing extremely hard to get any power on it. It is not a great serve racquet, but volleying is decent.
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