Whats the term "tweener racket mean"?

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  1. TopspinAce

    TopspinAce Rookie

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    Whats the term "tweener racket mean" Noob here :p
     
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  2. LeeD

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    Sized between a mid and an OS, around 98sq.in, to be used for strokes you hit facing the backwall and between your legs.
     
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  3. Larrysümmers

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    a racket that through its lighter wt, larger head size, stiffer flex. helps you in not sending the ball sailing over the fence, or flailing into net-as a players racket would-with less than perfect strokes.
     
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  4. Deuces Wild

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    and they tend to be slightly head light.
     
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  5. 6-2/6-4/6-0

    6-2/6-4/6-0 Semi-Pro

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    It's between a player's racket and a game improvement racket. (Or, as some might say, between a Fed racket and a granny stick...) Lighter and stiffer than a player's racket but smaller and more precise than a 110 'game improvement' monstrosity.
     
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  6. scotus

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    Correct answer!
     
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