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Quest For The Most Durable Racket

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by na_twins, Feb 26, 2010.

  1. na_twins

    na_twins Regular Member

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    Hi,

    In my experience Gosen aermet 5300 is by far the strongest racket I've seen.
    Me and my brother had 2 of these, one slipped from his hand during a hard smash and hit the ground. Amazingly the racket broke from the kick point (Shaft) not the frame. Please share your experience.
     
  2. ryim_

    ryim_ Regular Member

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    How would you find the most "durable" racket anyways?

    This will end up being a thread where people come and talk about how their rackets didn't fall apart after a major clash and things like that :p
     
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    Just ask Dink, I would imagine. If he can't break it, it can't be broken :p
     
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