Yonex RD-7 or newer Yonex racquet?

Yonex RD-7 or newer Yonex racquet?

Post by -3490,432-3490,hu » Wed, 29 Sep 1999 04:00:00


After several years of playing with the Yonex RD-7, I am finally thinking
about getting a new racquet.  However, I'm torn between getting another
RD-7 as a spare (before they stop making them), or moving on to one of
Yonex's newer, more technologically advanced racquets.  I like the feel
and the weight of the RD-7 very much, but I keep thinking perhaps there is
another racquet out there that can add more zip to my game.  Are there any
former owners of the RD-7 out there who are willing to comment on the
racquets they have switched to after the RD-7?
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Yonex RD-7 or newer Yonex racquet?

Post by Predra » Thu, 30 Sep 1999 04:00:00

I used to play with RD-7 for 5 years, and switched to
Pro RD-70 105.
I loved RD-7 so much that I thought that I will never
change.
I demoed a lot of racquets over the years and every
single one convinced me that I am playing with the best
racquet ever made :))
Until I demoed Pro RD-70.
I gives me power, spin AND CONTROL.
So, go ahead adn demo  it.

Regards, Predrag



Quote:
> After several years of playing with the Yonex RD-7, I am finally
thinking
> about getting a new racquet.  However, I'm torn between getting
another
> RD-7 as a spare (before they stop making them), or moving on to one of
> Yonex's newer, more technologically advanced racquets.  I like the
feel
> and the weight of the RD-7 very much, but I keep thinking perhaps
there is
> another racquet out there that can add more zip to my game.  Are
there any
> former owners of the RD-7 out there who are willing to comment on the
> racquets they have switched to after the RD-7?
> --

> ------------------------------------
>                                 Donny Wong
> Dept. of Cancer Cell Biology                    lab 617-432-3490

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Yonex RD-7 or newer Yonex racquet?

Post by Jennifer Shor » Thu, 30 Sep 1999 04:00:00

The RD 7 is the best! I have tried several other models and find that it is
unique. If you have long strokes, and are looking to get great control, and
be able to use spin to your advantage stay with this stick. If you really
need more power than try the new Hingis titanium racket.

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Quote:
> After several years of playing with the Yonex RD-7, I am finally thinking
> about getting a new racquet.  However, I'm torn between getting another
> RD-7 as a spare (before they stop making them), or moving on to one of
> Yonex's newer, more technologically advanced racquets.  I like the feel
> and the weight of the RD-7 very much, but I keep thinking perhaps there is
> another racquet out there that can add more zip to my game.  Are there any
> former owners of the RD-7 out there who are willing to comment on the
> racquets they have switched to after the RD-7?
> --

> ------------------------------------
>                                 Donny Wong
> Dept. of Cancer Cell Biology                    lab 617-432-3490