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Old 10-16-2012, 11:05 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by pkshooter View Post
Before I have lived my life in fear of the sub 97 inch racket, but after playing with the bblt i just don't any more. I really started to feel that it takes less effort to use this than a mid plus because you'll find the worse mis hits still landing in because those bad shots just can't go anywhere with the power drop outside the sweet spot. I know their will be flaming for this but why do mids have so bad of a wrap with recreational players to whom 5 mph off anything doesn't make a diff. First mids just look cooler, you'll look cooler, they feel cooler, and its just more fun to play with something that cuts through the air like a knife and hits a ball with the mass of a small truck.
haha. The parts in bold are a bit funny. Most ppl look at the quality of your shots and the score, the look of a racket in hand doesn't make much of a difference during play. Yes, mids and lower powered frames are easier to control. I'd say the difference in power/speed can be much more than 5mph. If a player can hit bigger shots with a midplus and still control it, then why not use it (and have a more forgiving stringbed/sweetspot as well)
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