Should I use a racquet that feels good or one that plays good?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Golden Retriever, Mar 18, 2009.

  1. Golden Retriever

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    I have two racquet, one feels like butter and I absolutely love it. The other feels like a board and I hate it a lot. However the end result produced by the raquet that feels bad seems to be better than the one that feels good, especially the serve. So should I use the one that feels good or the one that plays good?
     
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  2. zidane339

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    I'd say play with the one that gives you the best results..

    For instance, sure I absolutely loved playing with the K90, but in the end I wasn't going to win any matches with it..so I went with something more forgiving and allows me to play my game..
     
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  3. Booyah

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    well wouldn't the one that plays good, be the one that feels good? i mean if you were winning matches doesn't that mean it feels good?
     
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  4. mawashi

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    LOL! What are the frames u r using?

    It's really not too hard to find a frame that plays well and is comfy you know : )

    mawashi
     
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