i was just wondering

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  1. winter2334

    winter2334 New User

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    what happens if the grip size on your racquet is too big or too small? also if the grip is too big is there any way to make is smaller?
     
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  2. winter2334

    winter2334 New User

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    anyone know??
     
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  3. DarthCow

    DarthCow Rookie

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    To make it bigger, you would want to stack on some grips, or heat shrink sleeves.

    To make it smaller, i think you might have to sand the handle down

    But i dont suggest that because its fairly risky to stuff it up.

    Do a search and you should find some similar topics.
     
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  4. phucng_10

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    If the grip is too big, you won't be able to grip the racquet.
    If the grip is too small, you won't be able to grip the racquet.
    If the grip is about right, then you can grip the racquet.

    But remember to find out your size before buying a tennis racquet because if it's too big or if it's too small, you can get wrist injuries and blisters caused by frictions.

    And as for the question if you can make a bigger grip smaller, no you can't. You can make a smaller grip bigger using heat shrink sleeves.
     
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