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Comments: I bought this racquet used from Tennis Warehouse and had them string it with NRG2 at 55 lbs. It
has good power and is pretty stable for such a light racquet. Tennis Warehouse is the best place to buy tennis equipment
hands down -- their service is awesome!
WN from Ohio 2/16
From: WN, 2/16
Comments: Got this racquet a little over a year ago and just like the last Head racquet I bought, it cracked at
the 10-2 spot on the frame! It's odd how they both cracked at same point and around the same length of time of having
them. Will never buy another Head racquet again.
From: Tim, 9/15
Comments: I borrowed my son's Radical S to hit with for fun. It swung a bit light, so I stuck a third of an
ounce of lead
on at top of the hoop. Yes, I know that it is suggested that the lead be at 3 and 9 most of the time, but I only had two
peices of lead
with me. Quite a ride! Pocketed the ball nicely, plently of power and a lot of spin. It hit so well, (with the on court lead
that I took it out the next day to hit against a top 4.5 power hitter I play occasionally. It swallowed up his heavy forehands
is a light racquet,) and enabled return with power. Nice on the drop shots and heavy power and spin on my OHBH and
successful outings with this racquet tells me I wasn't just having a good day. I liked it better than the stock Radical 98. I
you could call it a good "platform racquet" as they say on this site.
From: BigCat, 7/14