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Head Prestige Classic 600
06-27-2004, 06:38 PM
Post: #1
Head Prestige Classic 600
I read that that is the racket Goran plays with, and has played with for numerous years.

I only play tennis on my High School's tennis team, and I don't know much about rackets. How good is this racket? I heard it's popular with alot of ATP players.

I have been using a Wilson Graphite Supreme Strech, which is oversize. I heard that mid sizes are what most people use, and have more control, so it'd probably be good to switch to that.

I checked my grip size, and i'm 4 1/2. I don't know what kind of string tension i should get, and i heard that light-head rackets are the way to go because they are better for the arm.

Can I have everyone's input on this? I need to find a new and better racket :P
07-24-2004, 08:57 PM
Post: #2
Head Prestige Classic 600
That is definitely a great racket. I have been playing with it for about four years. I bought some other good rackets used by the pros however I still prefer the solid feeling of the prestige classic 600. I also have a i.prestige 630, but the feeling is not as good as the old one. I also had a hit with my friends' new liquid metal prestige, but feels even worse. However, most pros have changed to use the liquid metal prestige recently, but the classic 600 is always nice. Your grip size is the same as mine, and I will recommend a string tension of 56 pounds.





T. Butkovic Wrote:I read that that is the racket Goran plays with, and has played with for numerous years.
 
I only play tennis on my High School's tennis team, and I don't know much about rackets. How good is this racket? I heard it's popular with alot of ATP players.
 
I have been using a Wilson Graphite Supreme Strech, which is oversize. I heard that mid sizes are what most people use, and have more control, so it'd probably be good to switch to that.
 
I checked my grip size, and i'm 4 1/2. I don't know what kind of string tension i should get, and i heard that light-head rackets are the way to go because they are better for the arm.
 
Can I have everyone's input on this? I need to find a new and better racket :P


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