What does it mean on Babolat racquets when it says plus?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by babolatboi+, May 16, 2008.

  1. babolatboi+

    babolatboi+ Guest

    Question above
     
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  2. Gmedlo

    Gmedlo Professional

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    The racquet will be one half-inch longer than its non-plus counterpart. Usually 27.5 inches.
     
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  3. babolatboi+

    babolatboi+ Guest

    does that really do anything for you?
     
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  4. CaveMan

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    welllllllll, if the ball was a half-inch further away, you'd still hit the sweet spot!!
     
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  5. HeadPrestige

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    for me.. plus rackets give me more power on groundies and serve... but they don't fit my all court game because i could never get into a grove with it at net.
     
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  6. kabob

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    You sacrifice maneuverability in favor of extra power with an extended racquet.
     
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