I remember reading some time ago, how Breakpoint beat his opponent using a wood racket (a Maxply Fort I believe). Some posters have even said that the "feel" of wood is second to none. I've also recently found new posts of how people have suffered from bad cases of tennis elbow. I know that some modern graphite rackets have been designed expressly for players with TE (Prokennex 5G etc) and some older models have been known to be comfortable rackets (eg POG OS etc). But surely nothing beats the comfort and flex of a wood racket? And some of these wood rackets are still available on TW for about 59-69 dollars under the vintage section. So question is why don't more "recreational" players play with wood, esp those with TE? Would seem logical it seems, since these players are not those who enter competitions but simply play tennis because they love the game. Any views and comments would be much appreciated, thanks!