Thought provoking.

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by OnyxZ28, Jan 6, 2005.

  1. OnyxZ28

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    I play better when I hit the ball with the strings. True story.
     
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  2. ollinger

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  3. BreakPoint

    BreakPoint Bionic Poster

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    You mean you're suppose to put strings in those frames? No wonder I keep missing the sweetspot. ;)
     
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  4. moosryan

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    huh? strings? i usually hit the ball with the handle!
     
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  5. moosryan

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    not cool...
     
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  6. dje31

    dje31 Semi-Pro

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    Hey, you pay for the frame, you might as well hit with it, too...
     
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  7. Ronaldo

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    Bring on the tennisbat
     
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  8. tennisnoob

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    i'm speechless.....
     
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  9. rich s

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    you mean we're not supposed to hit the ball with the skinny edge of the frame?
     
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  10. BLiND

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    Cheap jabs... not cool indeed.
     
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  11. Tenny

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    Yeah, how come beginner's and some tweener's stick tend to have 'widebody' structure while most of player's racquets are 19mm? We, here in the bay area except San Jose, all play with the edge of frame.
     
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  12. greg280

    greg280 Rookie

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    hey.. i play with a presige tour 600, for what i paid for it new these days the whole racquet is a sweetspot!!
     
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