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Old 05-12-2004, 02:38 PM   #10
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It's the same with Top snooker players, alot of them use cues that they have had since being teenagers, and some of them are poor cues, Alan McManus uses one which cost his mother about 8 when he was 12, he'd probably be able to play better in time with a better quality cue (Stephen Hendry has proved this as his orginal cue was broken in transit, he has switched and after a shakey start is now more or less back to his best and now acknoledges his new cue is better!)

So there is a huge mental aspect to overcome and like Brad said they could probably play well (in time) with a lkot of different racquets, but they just don't like to change them!
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