TWU sweet spot zones

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by niremetal, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. niremetal

    niremetal New User

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    Hey all,

    I'm curious as to people's experiences comparing the "sweet zones" on their racquets to what the TWU "sweet zone" analyses show. I've found myself relying on those stats when deciding what racquets to demo. I just wanted to get a sense of how those sweet zone sizes compare to real-world experiences with the sticks. Thanks!
     
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  2. Veninga

    Veninga Rookie

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    TWU stats

    All the specs have a very strong correlation with the measured SW. Especially the power zones. So take at that too.

    About the sweet spot zones. You can take a look at how fast the power is decreasing outside the center. Especially a racket with a a 'relative higher loss of power' will has a smaller sweetspot
     
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  3. Broly4

    Broly4 Rookie

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    Also bear in mind that it only makes sense when you compare racquets with equal head sizes.
     
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