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    Originally posted by zero
    I don't think the Swing Powers are fragile, unless you buy non-SP racquets.
    Did I read this correctly? U're saying SP rackets are more durable than other versions like JP or CN/CP??

    Anyway, my Iso Ti Swing Power SX (SP version) is still holding up well despite stringing it @ 26lbs. I clashed it once ot twice before as well.

    I think it's most prob your stringer's fault, cmd17uc.....

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    Default stringers fault

    actually, i recently took it back to the stringer and he sent it to yonex. Official statement, "factory defect". So the stringer accredited me the money and i got a brand new mp-99. Only problem is, i liked the ti swing ss more than that. Oh well, live and learn. I forgot who started this thread, but if you are going to play singles you really should get either the ss or sx ti swing model (between that and the ti-7 that is).

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    Originally posted by modious


    Did I read this correctly? U're saying SP rackets are more durable than other versions like JP or CN/CP??

    Anyway, my Iso Ti Swing Power SX (SP version) is still holding up well despite stringing it @ 26lbs. I clashed it once ot twice before as well.

    I think it's most prob your stringer's fault, cmd17uc.....
    Sorry, I mean to say that non-SP are more durable.

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    I have never tried the Ti-7, but I heard a lot of the ti7. My friends say that the Ti7 is more for a power player. I have tried the Ti Swing Power SS/SR, and they arre rated really poorely in my perspective because they are too stiff for my standards and that the racquets are really basic. the basicness kind of reminds me of my old racquet Isometric 96 VF.

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    ti 7 has a bigger sweet spot then most rackets which makes it easy for doubles and singles...i own the ti swing power SR and i find it an awesome rackert for singles...in fact i think this is the best racket i have ever used...u can move it easily and catch most shots u didnt know u could...its the 81 gr one...a little on the flex side but there is stiffness in it which makes it an awesome racket...ti 7 light is also good...i would choose either one...altho the ti 7 has bad durability...lots of my friends have broken ti-7s cuz of small clashes...

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