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Old 11-14-2011, 02:54 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Paul B 40-15 View Post
when you go to a sports shop to purchase a new racket, do you need to tall the person in the shop as much information about your game as possible in order for them to help you pick the right racket?
I haven't played for a while and I never really understood a few things.
I have no idea what my style of play is, I also have no idea what my swing speed is, what strings I prefer or what string tension best suits me.

any ideas please?
Just demo some rackets and don't get a light racket with high swingweight but go for the headlight rackets with a swingweight between 320-330 and at least a weight of 320 grams and use a multifilament. Better for your health and most people fall in that category anyway.
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