Babolat Plus versus non plus?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Shyatic, Aug 10, 2011.

  1. Shyatic

    Shyatic New User

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    Not sure which way to go here... just want some feedback on whether getting the longer stick would suit my game, but I don't honestly know. I'm kind of an all-round player, maybe 3.5/4.0 and I have a wicked good forehand (when I'm on), a mediocre backhand (because I run around shots too much) and good volleying skills.

    Thanks for any ideas... not sure if it will help me or hurt me. I'm about 6 feet tall, if that helps anything.
     
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  2. Dave M

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    i've personally always found when at the net i loose something when using a plus, not too sure my serve gains enough to cover it either but groundstrokes are nice.
     
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  3. mrtrinh

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    I feel the same way, I find extended rackets less manueverable than standard frames. It also depends, but extended rackets usually have a much higher sw. example: pstgt vs pstgt+
     
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