I need some advice. I’m a new player, and only picked up a tennis racket August 2003. I am rated at 3.5 on the NTPR currently, and I’ve had a bit of coaching, so will be hoping to reach 4.0-4.5 by the end of the year. When I started I bought a Head LM Radical OS. I’ve read a lot on the internet, and everything says players either have a short/slow swing, or a long/fast wing… and sell the rackets accordingly. But, I have a short/fast swing? I don’t understand? My Radical OS is rated as low powered, but I constantly over-hit the shots unless I take slow swings. I had the racket re-strung to a higher tension, but it only helped a little. Also due to me braking my wrists 2 years ago, I strungle to control the racket-head and feel its too heavy for me. So I have basically decided to sell the racket and buy a new one… I have decided on a Yonex racket (unless someone can give me a VERY good reason to go for another) as I already use their badminton rackets and find the construction excellent (better than Head by a mile). So can someone help me with my racket… it needs to be a lighter swing-weight than the Radical OS (330g), and nowhere near as powerful. Also I like to use a lot of top-spin, and having used a couple of Yonex V-con’s I loved the spin they gave. I am going to try and give the new RDX 500 MP a go, but am concerned about going from a 107” head to 98”… or is this why the Radical is so powerful? Thanks for all your help, and big shout out to you from the UK!