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MP99 vs Ncode n1 vs Babolat Comet

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by MEHUNTYOU, May 20, 2007.

  1. MEHUNTYOU

    MEHUNTYOU Regular Member

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    I am a defensive player with some counter attack. Which of the above racquet should i get?
     
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    those all seem like pretty offensive rackets.
     
  3. morewood

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    MP99 is an offensive racquet.
    NCode N1 is an attacking racquet.
    Babalot put the Comet down as an attacking singles racquet.

    So is there something your not telling us or are you trying to make up for you perceived weakness by employing technology?
     
  4. MEHUNTYOU

    MEHUNTYOU Regular Member

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    Why I chose these racquets

    I am not trying to mislead or de-rail my intention. I am really a defensive player, and I mainly play double with lots of drop shot.

    I have these racquets in mind, because I was in a sport shop and I tried to hold some racquets and these racquets stood out from the rest. When I swinged these 3, i felt very balanced. Not too light or heavy.

    Just my personal feeling.

    Anyone else can help me? Or recommend different racquets.? Thanks :p
     
  5. Steven_Master18

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    if u like them then the best thing would be to try them on the court if possible
     
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    I would like to share a little store with you. When I was young, in high school. I just started playing tennis for a year and I was looking for a new tennis racquet. I went to a big tennis store and I look at many different racquet and hold them in my hand and swing them. Try to imagine how to swing and hit the ball. I found Yonex R-24. It was state of the art with all the latest tech. Well, I got the wrong one. Why? the grip was fine without over grip. With over grip, it was too thick. It felt great when I swung it. After I got it strung, it's head was heavier than I use to. I was behind the shut all the time. It took me 6 month to get use to it. By that time the season was over and I play like crap during that season.
    I just want to say, if you have a chance, try it out before you buy. Borrow from friend, demo the racquet. Every little thing help.
     
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    for defensive look at the Wilson n4 or n6 and for a super light racket the Karakal SL70 is awesome!
     
  8. morewood

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    How about a Babolat Solar?
     

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