About a month ago, I got a twinge in my elbow during a 90 minute clinic. The next day I couldn't hold a tea kettle. The pain kind of coincided with a couple of changes: 1.) Our club has a 2.5-3.0 bracket, and I've graduating to 3.5-4.5. It's much stronger competition, and the men's game requires pace to play at that level. 2.) One pro suggested that I upgrade my Hybrid Hornet to Something heavier because of I can (could) put a lot of pace on the ball. I just started using a Microgel Instinct (no pain with that, even using MSV Hex at 55ish), as a bridge to getting two Ozone Tours (one with multi, one with poly. Never got to use the poly). 3.) I started flirting with a one-handed backhand. So about a month ago, I'm upset with my two handed, and try a one handed backhand with pace using the Ozone Tour, and I got that pain in my elbow for the first time. I took a month off, and after feeling almost no pain at all, decided to try to play again. This morning, I'm back to square one One of my coaches did suggest that it was my racquet. Now I thought that to protect the elbow you wanted something head light and with lots of flex. This describes the Tour. But he was saying that the racquet wasn't at all forgiving enough (that is, I'm not good enough for such a small sweet spot yet). So my question for y'all is, now that I have another month to go racquet shopping, what should I look for? I was thinking of the Prince o3 white. Maybe a Speedport White. But I'm open to options (I'm inclined towards Wilson or Prince as brands).