longbody rackets are goodn for two handed backhand???

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Speedy_tennis, Jul 2, 2005.

  1. Speedy_tennis

    Speedy_tennis Semi-Pro

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    i think many tour players wich use 2hb are playing with a lonbody racket, is that ok??? any exception???'
     
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  2. fedex27

    fedex27 Professional

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    no its not ok, but tour players do it. come on be reasonable. its fine
     
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  3. Speedy_tennis

    Speedy_tennis Semi-Pro

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    other opinion?
     
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  4. Uhh, well a big thing about longbodies is that they give the user more reach, something that will benefit two-handed strokes more than one-handed.
     
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  5. Z-Man

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    Yes, you'll love a LB on your 2HBH. You'll get more reach, depth, and pace. It will help your serve as well. Short, flat forehands are a little tougher and so are volleys, so you might want to choke up a tad.
     
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