A wider racket more stable?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by morten, May 31, 2011.

  1. morten

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    other things being equal.. (longer distance between 3 and 9)
     
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  2. zumzool

    zumzool Semi-Pro

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    not necessarily. there is more margin for error since the sweetspot is relatively larger, but if it hits the edges at 3 and 9 there is a better chance the impact is going to twist thte racquet...
     
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  3. LeeD

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    Once again, for whom?
    For a soft hitting slow swinger, yes.
    For a long swinging fast hitter, no.
     
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