Originally Posted by Autodidactic player
Tonight's contribution is the Jenro Twin Racket. It's a modern composite racket designed to be taken apart for easier storage during travel. The grip section screws on to the head via a slot in the butt cap that is tightened with a special key. The connection point, which is clearly the weak point, is much more solid than I would have thought. Even so, it does creak and flex a bit and - other than the cool factor of putting your racket together before a match - doesn't offer any real advantage over a traditional racket.
I've seen that before .....but I never really understood why??
Why would you need to do that? I guess good for traveling ? But tennis racquets are not all that hard to bring with you.