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Racquet Change!

I recently picked up some big bucks, and Im considering buying a new pair of racquets.

I've been using the H Tour for about two years, and I have two of them. I think it's time for a change, and Im thinking about getting the N Tour, which IS, the upgrade or new version of the H Tour.

Does anyone use the N Tour? What do you guys think would be a good idea for this switch? Any other racquet ideas?

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They’re putting switches on the racquets!? No way!!! What will they think of next. Sure it must be for the player to switch the racquet on when she wants to hit the ball.
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lol.. the name's now racquet change. better?
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lol.. the name's now racquet change. better?
Cheeky.
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I currently have the Htour as well and was thinking about a new one. Ive held an Ntour but havent played using it....the specs seem pretty much the same and it felt really good so if you have the money i'd go with an ugrade.

The O3 White is pretty similar and might be worth considering if u want to switch completely. The Babolat pure storm might also be worth testing.
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I recently picked up some big bucks, and Im considering buying a new pair of racquets.

I've been using the H Tour for about two years, and I have two of them. I think it's time for a change, and Im thinking about getting the N Tour, which IS, the upgrade or new version of the H Tour.

Does anyone use the N Tour? What do you guys think would be a good idea for this switch? Any other racquet ideas?


'm more curious how you picked up the big bucks than interested in your racquets.
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'm more curious how you picked up the big bucks than interested in your racquets.
So shallow.
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'm more curious how you picked up the big bucks than interested in your racquets.
if you must know....

did some tennis camp counselor-ing.
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if you must know....

did some tennis camp counselor-ing.

I was just reading that Bolletieri gets $800 an hour for his lessons. I suppose you are making just under that
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