Racquet Damage

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by zzain, Feb 29, 2012.

  1. zzain

    zzain New User

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    My racket is slightly damaged...do you think it will affect the racket's performance?
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  2. nadalex

    nadalex Rookie

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    that looks like a paint chip so dont worry much
     
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  3. HEADfamilydynasty

    HEADfamilydynasty Rookie

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    ^^^ Yeah its a chip. i have the same thing at the bottom of the mains on my Rev tour pro.
     
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  4. jjs891

    jjs891 Semi-Pro

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    As long as no hairline crack is developing around those paint chips I wouldn't worry about it.
     
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  5. floydcouncil

    floydcouncil Semi-Pro

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    Damages like this can cause you to lose points, then sets, then matches. Your NTRP rating is at high risk!!! Tread carefully, my friend.
     
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  6. UCSF2012

    UCSF2012 Hall of Fame

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    The biggest problem with this racket is that it's missing strings. Don't expect to win any points with it.
     
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  7. sansaephanh

    sansaephanh Professional

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