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Old 09-01-2012, 11:33 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by JohnB View Post
Is there an ideal personal curve, you think, which will give a nice feel of the forces needed in the stroke.
That is a very good question!
No, I think that would be to push the significance of the curve a little to far. Different people will still like different racquet behavior. You will also vary the radius during the swing. But maybe you could take a racquet you like and use the curve as the basis when buying or customizing other racquets.

I would use the curve in the first post to say that the Pro Staff 90 is "always heavier, especially for long swings" something that is not obvious when you look at the weight, swingweight and balance.
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