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Old 09-11-2012, 04:13 PM   #16
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This is exactly what I'm talking about. Physics from the lay person who doesn't truly understand physics........All you idiots ever do is use buzz words and equations like F=ma to make you sound smarter.
The whole problem is HUGE, and you idiots use the only formula you remember from high school physics, F=ma.
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You idiots. Lifetime contracts...
Hey kid, you of all people should not be calling others idiots (see posts below). You think studying physics or going to school for any particular, narrow field somehow gives you knowledge in all aspects of life and makes you smart? Well it doesn't work that way. You study physics, you learn about physics. It doesn't elevate you to some status where you would be calling people idiots.


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The more lead on your racket, the faster/more spin your serves will become.
The more lead on your racket, the more uncontrollable and out your groundstrokes will become.
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RHS is a theory......Adding lead to a racket hoop adds tremendous spin and pace to a ball..........You want to add serious spin to your shots? Add lead, not RHS.
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Wilson does not make hollow frames.
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If buying Wilson, expect foam in the handle. Don't listen to these e Bay buyers who think their hollow Wilson's are authentic.

I'd suggest calling up TW and asking if their Juice (100) frame is filled with foam. I'm pretty sure TW doesn't get their frames from e bay.



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The pro women use these light rackets and they serve, volley and return heavy serves all the time. A lot of them are cranking out serves upwards of 115mph. Perhaps you're not using the rackets properly.
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The pro women also lead up their racquets to have very high swingweights.
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No they don't. By far, they don't.
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Um..yes, they do. Just like the Williams sisters use swingweights over 350 as mentioned above.
http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=317438
The women are not that far behind in swingweights. Greg Raven also measured a bunch of male and female pro's racquets' swingweights a few years ago and the highest SW, man or woman, was Jelena Dokic's with a swingweight of 383!
http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=251209
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