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My Trusty Jack Kramer


At a light team practice today, a few of us hit around with some racquets from my personal museum: wood racquets like the Wilson Jack Kramer (my first "real" racquet, the one that I played with in high school) and the Head Vilas, as well as the steel T-2000 made famous by Jimmy Connors. I have to say I enjoyed the smooth, buttery feel of the wooden stick. It's been many years since I played regularly with wood, but I'm glad I learned the game with the old equipment.

Comments (2)

Sam Cabot:



I just got a Jack Kramer raquet at the thrift store. Is it a good wooden raquet and is it worth anything?

Thank you,


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