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Old 08-26-2007, 08:15 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by krp312 View Post
Hey,

When I was a tennis n00b, I thought that grip size was something like clothes--you get something that fits. But I know that with tennis, going smaller can mean certain things for your shots, as is going bigger. What are the changes with all the shots when you go smaller or bigger? This is what I've heard:

smaller:
-more "whippy" motion, ideal for spins
-less stability for flat shots and volleys

...and bigger is the opposite of those things.

Is there anything else I'm missing?


Thanks,
Kris
Also if the grip is too big then your wrist become unstable and your volleys become unstable.
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