Originally Posted by ZeroSkid
I have to agree with the OP, it suit his style of play much better
I don't think he would switch if he didn't feel like it helped him or, if nothing else, he would be able to keep up his level.
It's also not the playing style that a racket suits, but the player. I love serving and volleying, chipping and charging, crushing and net rushing, etc. I've always played with an APD and have recently switched over to a prince exo3 tour. Neither of them are rackets known for their net play, but they were what felt the most comfortable to me. Because of that, I played and still play m best twnnis with them.