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MP77 vs Ti-7

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Valentino, Jan 16, 2002.

  1. Valentino

    Valentino Guest

    ok people whats is your opinion? which is the best racket according to you?
  2. Josh

    Josh Guest

    I say MP 77 all the way. More manuverablity and lot's more power.
  3. Don

    Don Regular Member

    Apr 25, 2002
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    MP77 is suppose to be the successor of Ti-7 or was it the Ti-8, but any case either is fine. It's the player that makes the racquet, not the other way around.
  4. ^shaz^

    ^shaz^ Regular Member

    Apr 26, 2002
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    same here...personally use ti-10, but mp77 i feel is a lot better then ti-7 (again personal opinion and nothin more)
  5. johnny

    johnny Guest

    i use ti-7 and i think it is way beter than mp77.!
    you should try to try both of them the same day so you can really compare.
    mp77 is succesor to nor ti-8 or ti-7. it is just part of the new mp racquets
  6. Jason

    Jason Guest

    MP100!!!! hehe ^^"
  7. Yuly Isniadi

    Yuly Isniadi Guest

    I have MP 77, MP 100, TI 7, TI 8 and TI 10.....Personally, I use those racquet depend on my tactic and strategy. Usually I use MP 100 and TI 10 for offensive strategy because I get more power and TI 7, TI 8 and MP 100 for deffensive strategy when I begin tired.
  8. Danny Boy

    Danny Boy Regular Member

    Apr 27, 2002
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    Yuly: How does MP77 fit into your game plan. Any specific comments just comparing MP77 & Ti7?
  9. Jason

    Jason Guest

    so i guess MP100 is good all round rite?
  10. Yuly Isniadi

    Yuly Isniadi Guest

    I think MP 77 and Ti-7 have same you can use those raquets at the same strategy.

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