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I have a wooden tennis racket. It is marked with the word

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I have a wooden tennis racket. It is marked with the word Titlist in cursive. That is the correct spelling, it is not like the golf clubs. It also has STRATOFLITE with an monogrammed S at the bottom. It says "full fiber reinforced frame" on one side and "M 4 5/8" on the other side. I cannot find anything when I google it. It also says "Selected-Ash Laminated Frame.
Do you happen to have, or could you take, a good photo of the racket?

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

I can take one. How do I send it?

You can attach it here using the paperclip icon in the toolbar. You can upload to Wikisend and provide me with the code it gves you. Anywhere you can put it for me to see it is fine.

I did find some information on the type of racket. It's not easy to find!

Does this look similar to the one you have?
Stacie, a fellow Expert forwarded this to me:


Customer: replied 3 years ago.

i am sorry, my laptop is having huge issues. Yes that is what mine looks like. I do not have the cover.

That's OK. Take your time.

Did you have any specific questions about it?

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

I cannot upload anything from my laptop. What can you tell me about the one that was sent to you.

There was more than one company that made the STRATOFLITE racket, which is what you see. Titlest (as you pointed out, not the same company as the golf ball company) was one of the companies.

It has a value of $60-$100.

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