i relate enneagram 7 so much that i am almost sure. but there is a fact that i am not that positive. as i know, 7s are full of hope, they are very optimistic. but i don't realte this even a little.
i am not pessimistic either, i am just a realistic person. sometimes i may consider things badly bc i think i should be ready for the worst, but still not that pessimistic. and still sure no way i can call myself hopeful, optimistic, always positive.
in the other hand, i am an ISTP. but no one would say i am an introvert. so i think that, they equalize each other. what do you think?
I’m basically in the market for the Wilson pro staff 97 all black without the countervail. I recently tested out the racket and have been in love with it, but have found trouble tracking those rackets down. I checked eBay but most of them have countervail or they’re way too pricy.
I am a creature of habit so I’ve been using the same rackets for a very long time. From elementary school to high school I played with the prince speedport black then all of high school I played with the Wilson blx 95 then from college tennis on I played with the Wilson six one 95 2012.
If anyone has them new or used and you’re in the US please message me!
Oh and preferably 4 1/4 or 4 3/8
I have been wanting to play tennis again. I don't want to spend a lot on a new racket though.
Unfortunately, Wilson no longer makes the Pro Staff 97 non-countervail version. Looking for a comparable alternative. Anyone have any suggestions? I dislike CV, and now the prostaffs all have CV.
Love the heavier frame (11.1oz) but yet very head light (10 pts).
Im just looking to get a new racquet and im swinging towards the prostaff 97L. I have had experience of tennis elbow when i used to use the Burn 100 CV. Because i have experienced such an injury im just really cautious of buying the correct racquet.
Also, like the title says, how does the 97L CV compare to the LS?
I recently demoed this racquet, and as a beginner-not a total one at that- I quite liked it! Although it's a bit on the heavier side for me, I didn't find that to be a majpr dealbreaker, for now at least.
Now the thing is it's too damn expensive where I live. I lokoed at some other similar sticks from other brands, and almost all of them seem to be cheaper than Wilson models. I'd welcome any suggestions for a similar-feeling racquet from other manufacturers than Wilson.
Does anyone have this racket? If so, how is it for you? I was just wondering because I was thinking about getting it