Originally Posted by BreakPoint
What's happening? Dwell time. The lower the tension, the greater the dwell time on the strings. More dwell time combined with more flattening of the ball means you can "grab" the ball more and for longer which will result in more spin.
Your argument is self-contradictory and not rationally coherent.
Your previous argument was that a stiffer stringbed makes the ball flatten more and this phenomenon results in greater spin.
Stiffer stringbed = shorter dwell time.
Your argument here is that softer stringbed creates more spin because of LONGER dwell time.
These arguments are mutually exclusive.