junior racquet?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by ag200boy, Nov 8, 2008.

  1. ag200boy

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  2. FuzzyDunlop

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    It's a discipline racquet, i.e. "better change that attitude or I'll make you play with the 95"."

    Other than the head size (which apparently has a big sweet spot), it doesn't seem that weird. We don't know the weight.

    We had a 27" Volkl racquet that was a Junior version of the Tour 10. Very light.
     
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  3. unprotennis

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    makes lot of sense if you have a kid who hasnt started tennis and hasnt tried a bigger headsize. this teaches them to find the sweetspot more?
     
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