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Old 10-09-2012, 06:37 PM   #82
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The standard 65 sq. in. wood racquet with the standard 18x20 pattern strung with the standard natural gut strings.

The reason why 85 sq. in. racquet are called MIDsize and 107 sq. in. racquets are called OVERsize is because 65 sq. in. racquets are the STANDARD size.
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And why should standards change? Aren't the standards for equipment in baseball the same in 2012 as they were in 1980? Isn't the size of the standard tennis court the same in 2012 as it was in 1980?

I don't produce spin with poly because I hit flat and I swing pretty fast. And I don't use poly because I don't want my arm to fall off and I want to be able to play tennis for the rest of my life.
And this is why you personally use a wood racquet strung with natural gut. . .ooh right, you don't. If you believe so strongly then why are you not? Fight the good fight then.

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