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Old 10-24-2012, 06:52 AM   #25
dominikk1985
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Originally Posted by You Can't Be Serious View Post
Very heavy frame which helps with her abbreviated strokes.
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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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