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Old 10-24-2012, 05:52 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by You Can't Be Serious View Post
Very heavy frame which helps with her abbreviated strokes.
Originally Posted by Power Player View Post
It matters how you hit though. If you punch the ball and prefer placement without a more modern swing and come to the net often, heavy can be better.

If you hit with a lot of top....

I am finding success with a 305 stick as long as the SW is healthy.

The way to test this for me is really focusing on serve. a little lighter stick helps my timing, especially in later sets.
I cannot believe reading such stuff. a heavier racket only helps of you have faster and longer strokes. If you prefer punching balls back a light "trampoline" racket is the best choice.

higher racket mass only helps if you swing it fast because that is the way you create momentum with with. (f=m*a)
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