spring tennis and wood
- View SourceSpring's around the corner and its time to dust
of that old Wright&Ditson you all have. Gotta put
fresh strings in it. I string em around 38-40 pounds.
I've taught for over twenty years and practicing with
a wood racquet after a lay off like the winter is a
great way to appreciate the fantastic racquets on the
market today. Spend 10 mins hitting with a wood frame a
few times. Even 3/4 court is valuable. don't hurt the
arm, but when you have to hit the sweet spot to even
get the ball back your game receives obvious
benefits. And how about the old boys doing what they used
to do with em?
- View SourceHi:
Can you send me a picture? And who is the
--- lash1144 <lash1144@...> wrote:
> -Dennis F. ClausBrokerWestgate Properties14751 Plaza DriveSuite BTustin, California 92780714-838-8559 Ext.11dfclaus@...
> >This is my first try at this...here goes....I have
> a late 1880's
> racket. (From the pictures I have seen it looks like
> it is that old)I
> am trying to find out exactly how old it is and what
> its value might
> be. I really don't want to buy an expensive book to
> try to find the
> value of one racket. Is there anyone out there that
> can help me??
> Thanks tons!!
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