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Discussion in 'General Forum' started by TheComedian, Jan 8, 2014.
What do you think?
That is one handsome dude right there
You are a comedian! Nice Pictures - who took them? a pro?
Looking good Brandon!
yeah, Just some guy court side. When I played my match I was on the TV court. I thought I would find my match on Youtube, but it's not there but i did find these pictures online.
Grip diameter looks pretty large.
Would've loved to seen the video. Good luck in your future tournaments.
i was going to say the same thing, that's huge!!!
to The Comedian, what model ProKennex racket are you using, just curious?
btw, looking good in these pics, thank you for sharing!!!
The racket is called "Concave NHM 700D." At the moment it's not available for sale I believe. But you can get it from me lol.
i AM in the market for a prokennex since i've never owned one except one given to me from my fiance which is old. i will PM you i hope you are serious
gundamzaku, you're gonna run out of room on your wall display of rackets!
often times i do wish my room is a bit bigger
all you gotta to do is progress to the QF then you'll see your match on youtube with a free bonus of coverage of your match by Gill Clark
But seriously, it would have been nice to read something about your superseries experience, since it's a level unachievable for most of us here.
Yeah, perhaps i'll talk about my experience in another article in the future. progress to QF Yeah, i'll beat JOJ in the first round, then WZM, than you can watch my 3 game match against LCW in the QF of the All England lol!! Too funny to bad Canada doesn't have a golden boy
work hard, and YOU be that golden boy/man!
Well, I would also like to use this thread now to say that I'm "Retiring" Due to consistent rotator cuff injuries and also my age, it's time to start working towards a career. I had my super series experience so it's time to call it quits.
Look out for my son though he will be a great player.... I hope lol
Must be a hard decision to retire.
But disciplined hard-working athletes have the ability to succeed in any career they are passionate about. Best wishes, Mr. Comedian.
Good luck in future endeavours! Can I ask how old? Could a little time off - get the shoulder back to normal?
I'm turning 24 in March. I've tried everything with my shoulder. Ice, rest, strengthening the muscles around it and the muscle itself. Sometimes it hurts so bad it can't hold the weight of itself never mind a racket. I have learned a lot and learned from all different kinds of coaches. I can be a good coach, a great coach. but my athletic daysI think are over.
It's really hard to quit... but I have to stop kidding myself. It's time to stop