| Condition: || Used: An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition || Brand: || Dunlop |
| Grip Size: || 4 1/2" (L4/EU4) || Model: || Muscle Weave 200G 95 Midplus |
| Type: || Tennis Racquet || MPN: || Does Not Apply |
| UPC: || Does not apply |
The racket of (former) top players Tommy Haas, Mark Philippoussis and Amelie Mauresmo. The racket is in pristine, like new condition. It's literally 99% new. There are hardly any marks from use.The racket is strung.Please see all the large pictures below.The gripsize is 4 1/2 (L4/EU4).Headsize: 95sq.in. / 613cm2 midplus.De verzendkosten binnen Nederland zijn 6,95 Euro. Payment methods: Europe and rest of the world: I accept Paypal, bank transfer, and all major credit cards & e-check via Paypal.
Weight: ± 11.9oz / 337.5 grams strung.
Length: 27 inches / 68.6cm.The racket comes with its original cover.
The buyer will receive EXACTLY what is shown in this listing. If the buyer expects something more/better/different than what I've shown, then I advise him or her to go shop somewhere else. By buying this item, the buyer confirms that he or she has read the description and seen all the pictures in this listing.*******Please buy or bid only if you're seriously interested. It's expensive to sell on eBay; eBay takes approx. 10% of the sale price and also approx. 10% of the shipping costs. Shipping will be with Priority speed, is always insured and includes a tracking number.Please take a look in my eBay shop. I can combine shipping.The shipping costs for each additional racket are $0.00.Please note that the actual shipping costs that I pay are higher than what I ask the buyer to pay (except for my own country).
That means that I subsidize a part of the shipping costs in almost every sale.
I can accept credit cards only via Paypal.