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Anyone use the Wilson nSix-One Tour 90?

Depending on your skills, this racquet can be your best friend or you worst nightmare

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Indeed, my coach has it and I sometimes use it. It really teaches you to hit the ball clean. It makes the player accomodate to the racquet instead of the other way around. I remember once for fun, my coach strung it at 24 lbs and I used it. I was booming winners and aces all day.
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24 lbs?!?! I have mine strung in the upper 50's which is too tight for me I totally dig this stick on the serve!!! The spin potential is But my groundstrokes on the OTOH...... Let's just say a lot is left to be desired

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24 lbs?!?! I have mine strung in the upper 50's which is too tight for me I totally dig this stick on the serve!!! The spin potential is But my groundstrokes on the OTOH...... Let's just say a lot is left to be desired
I get so exhausted if I have to generate a lot of power, so I loosen strings instead. 24 was very extreme though , I normally have it in the mid 40's.
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mid 40's eh? I think I'll try that out. How is your control and ball placement at that tension???

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mid 40's eh? I think I'll try that out. How is your control and ball placement at that tension???
Not too bad actually. I was very surprised. You just have to keep your timing really good. And it really helped for spins and slices.
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Do you use string savers? I don't like to use a vibration dampener. It keeps popping out

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Do you use string savers? I don't like to use a vibration dampener. It keeps popping out
Yes, I have a USO logo shaped dampener.
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I use the Wilson nSix-One 95, but I've tried the pro tour also and the difference wasn't that big for me.

I hit quite flat and hard so I keep my tension at around 52-53!

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