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Wilson V2 Classic: worth it?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Sasho, Mar 31, 2009.

  1. Sasho

    Sasho Regular Member

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    I know that it is very very stiff and fragile oval 3U discontinued Wilson racket :)
    I am O.K. with 'oval' and 'stiff' and looking for 'singles' racket... Untill discovering the V2, I was considering SOTX W4L, but was afraid it could be too heavy...

    What I want to know is: lenght and string tension it can take :confused:

    And is racketword a correct ebayer, what do you think?

    Thank you :)
     
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  2. Heldenhaft

    Heldenhaft New Member

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    Overall length is 660mm. Once strung it close to 27lbs. The racket overcame that a lot better than my arm ;>

    It's still a nice oval 3UG3 extra stiff even (+) balanced racket and at least mine must be far away from fragile. Anyway it's outdated, but maybe still worth the money for fans.
     
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    Racketworld is an excellent seller but I know nothing about the racket in question.
     
  4. Sasho

    Sasho Regular Member

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    О.К. I see... 660 mm comes short for me... So I am going with some of the SOTX...

    Thank you all!
     

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