Originally Posted by Mustard
What does "better racquet technology" mean? Because the best racquet and string technology to date (i.e. today's) sees baseline play predominate on tour, because players can now dictate rallies from their own baselines with authority, using power, depth and spin.
In the context of our conversation "better" means, that IF the racket technology changes, the new one will be extending the features of the current technology. We sure will not be going back to wood. I don't think so.