I've revised the OP and added the MgR/I distribution for the ladies!
I finally got around to counting strings on string patterns for all the women on Jura's list so that I could convert to strung specs. Then I used 2-segment beam method to approximate swingweights and merged it with Greg Raven's list.
In summary, as I expected, the WTA players cluster at a higher MgR/I value than the men -- shifted up to about 21.1, while the men are at about 20.9.
This was expected because the women are shorter with shorter arms and faster natural swing frequencies.
I haven't posted the chart yet, but I also found that the women with MgR/I within the optimized 20.9-20.3 range and SW > 340 have superior rankings on average. So the women show essentially the same result as the men!
BLX Blade 98. 26.75". 13.195 oz., 12.55", 357 SW. 16x20 (outer mains skipped)
Pre-Stretched Ashaway Kevlar 16g/ZX Monogut Natural 16g, 63/43 lbs
Last edited by travlerajm : 07-09-2011 at 08:40 PM.