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Comments: I almost gave up on the 98M. I kept shanking on the side of the frame. This racquet can generate
a lot of topspin and power on serves. I added .6 ounces on the neck area which eliminated all my mishits. A great racquet -
- just bought two more. My tennis elbow almost completely gone.
From: Tony, 12/15
Comments: The Gamma RZR 98M has its pluses and minuses. On the most notable plus side, it lives up to its
perhaps the most aerodynamic racquet on the market. The curvature on virtually all aspects on the frame allows for
and buttery smooth strokes. This is particularly advantageous to topspin players who swing with a windshield wiper
motion. Now on
the minus side, the Gamma RZR 98M has a very brassy feel. Anything hit outside the sweet spot will yield an annoying
sound. If you're a player that requires "feel," this is not the racquet for you. I was however, able to neutralize the ping
putting extra dampeners while using Synthetic Gut or Multifilament strings as my setup. Still, putting all those vibration
kind of overkill and Gamma still needs to improve their RZR 98 lines to address this issue. This racquet is very flexible and
very comfortable and easy on the arm. If you can generate your own power, then this flexible racquet is suitable for you.
quite pleased with this racquet but it does have its shortcomings (which most other racquets do anyway) and you'll need to
it properly to make it work for you.
From: Felipe, 9/14