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December 12, 2013 by Pierre
Peter Barker vs. Nick Matthew:
May 12, 2015 at 1:40 pm
After reading your rewveis regarding the dunlop max & Ashour’s raquet of choice could you please clear up a few questions for me. From what i’ve read Ramy had preferred a lightweight raquet 110grm so i was suprised he then went to the max which is 140grm. Then your rewveis are stating he’s using last years version or the 110grm Vision painted with max bio printing. So why would a top level player endorse one raquet for the largest squash company going round & use a different one.Especially after listening to Nick Mathews state how he was able to work extensively with Dunlop to produce the evolution. I’m not trying to slander this site or the reviewers that have posted this info , i just want to find what is fact & fiction. I myself am very pro light weight raquets just for the pure fact that reaction time,shot deception & lenght consistency is better & with practice provides good touch . However the market is the exact opposite i have purchased many raquets as well as the bio max due to merchandising behind it . This is a good raquet i have 4 of them but i always go back to Vision 110,Karakel 100 for a tighter game when playing higher standard players. I’ll be playing squash regardless & i understand the phrase of finding your personal preference & the longer the journey the more insight you’ll find i just hope finding the information on the way will become a little easier & cheaper on the mind & pocket.Your input will be greatly appreciated Cheers
May 12, 2015 at 2:38 pm
Hi – well to make it more confusing, for a while now Ramy has been playing with the Prince Airstick 130 even though he is advertised as using the Prince Pro Beast 750. I honestly don’t know why Ramy would do this rather than working with them to create a custom racket. He sure could help them sell a lot of frames.