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Top 10 arm friendly racquets

Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas C Aug 4. 5 Replies

Hi Everyone, My current list as of today is:Yonex EZone Ai 98HEAD YT Graphene Prestige ProPACIFIC X Feel Pro 95 Prince Tour Pro 98 Prince Tour 98 ESP Pro Kennex Kinetic KI5 315 Technifibre 2013…Continue

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Thomas C replied to Thomas C's discussion 'Top 10 arm friendly racquets'
"The Pro Kennex Ki5 is an excellent choice, not only does it have all the characteristics of an arm friendly frame such as flexibility, head light balance and mass but it also has proprietary anti vibration technology from Pro Kennex a company…"
Aug 4
Matt Darks replied to Thomas C's discussion 'Top 10 arm friendly racquets'
"Hi, thanks for your list! I usually play with ProKennex Ki5 and I pretty much love it!:)"
Jul 18
phillip k. replied to Thomas C's discussion 'Top 10 arm friendly racquets'
"even though it's out of production I see if often on craigslist and on ebay. It's only a couple years old so very attainable and still in demand.  I highly recommend it for anyone struggling with arm problems.  While the string…"
Jul 12
Thomas C replied to Thomas C's discussion 'Top 10 arm friendly racquets'
"I agree that the Prince EX03 was a great arm friendly racquet in fact it used to be on my top 10 list but is out of production. Prince has come up with a number of new great arm friendly racquets and the ESP line has an open string pattern for an…"
Jul 12
phillip k. replied to Thomas C's discussion 'Top 10 arm friendly racquets'
"Hi Thomas.  That's a good list of racquets.  I guess this is only current racquets cuz imho the Prince EXO3 Tour is the most arm friendly racquet available due to it's insanely low stiffness rating of 52!  The current prince…"
Jul 9
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Top 10 arm friendly racquets

Hi Everyone, My current list as of today is:Yonex EZone Ai 98HEAD YT Graphene Prestige ProPACIFIC X Feel Pro 95 Prince Tour Pro 98 Prince Tour 98 ESP Pro Kennex Kinetic KI5 315 Technifibre 2013 Tflight 315 16M LTDVolkl Power Bridge-10 Mid (93) Volkl Organix 10 325G WILSON 2014 Pro Staff 95S Let me know if you think any other racquets should be on this list in place of the ones that are here.Thank you.See More
Jul 9
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Top 10 arm friendly racquets

Hi Everyone, My current list as of today is:Yonex EZone Ai 98HEAD YT Graphene Prestige ProPACIFIC X Feel Pro 95 Prince Tour Pro 98 Prince Tour 98 ESP Pro Kennex Kinetic KI5 315 Technifibre 2013 Tflight 315 16M LTDVolkl Power Bridge-10 Mid (93) Volkl Organix 10 325G WILSON 2014 Pro Staff 95S Let me know if you think any other racquets should be on this list in place of the ones that are here.Thank you.See More
Jul 9
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May 26
Thomas C replied to Mike Yau's discussion 'Where is my confidence?'
"I think you should take a look at the book" Inner Tennis". It will teach you methods to not judge all your shots and if you are not judging you will not feel pressure. I read this book 20 years ago and find myself going back to it all the…"
Nov 19, 2013
Thomas C replied to tennisbuddys's discussion 'Achilles tendinitis - best remedy and best tennis shoes - Anyone? Help!'
"For the past 3 years my achilles is sore after being on the court for about 1.5 hours. If I can sit down between games it goes away for a while also it goes away around 15 minutes after I stop playing. I am starting to try some stretching exercise…"
Nov 11, 2013
Thomas C replied to Tim Prapong's discussion 'Nadal's actual racquet shown and his specs!'
"That makes sense If Rafa was using the out of the box Aeropro Drive I am sure he would have tennis elbow. Unfortunately most players think he is using the actual Aeropro Drive which is a lot stiffer than what he actually uses."
Nov 11, 2013
Thomas C replied to Tim Prapong's discussion 'Question: To use a stiffer/slightly lighter racquet or a flexible/heavier racquet?'
"Flexible heavy racquets are ideal for control, feel, touch and avoiding arm injuries. They may lack power but you can make up for that with an elastic string at a low tension.       http://tenniselbowracquet.com"
May 19, 2013
Mark / The Mayor left a comment for Thomas C
"TC, I see you own the tenniselbowracquet site and have noticed a few responses by you. I hope that you can dive in and become a part of the community here beyond just building incoming links. Thanks, M"
Mar 7, 2013
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Mar 7, 2013
Thomas C replied to J's discussion 'What is your main racquet of choice?'
"Some of the racquets that just came out that I am very interested in trying out are the Volkl Organix 10 325G and the Yonex Vcore 95D"
Mar 7, 2013
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NTRP 4.5
On the court, I am a:
rightie, all courter
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At 8:41am on March 7, 2013, Mark / The Mayor said…

TC,
I see you own the tenniselbowracquet site and have noticed a few responses by you. I hope that you can dive in and become a part of the community here beyond just building incoming links.
Thanks,
M

At 8:40am on March 7, 2013, Mark / The Mayor said…

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