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Old 11-16-2012, 09:40 PM   #12
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Dak,

I was asking, because even at the higher tensions, I didn't see any significant tension loss on any of my racquets. I have an app that measures tension and I keep track on all my racquets to see when there is tension loss.

I actually saw more loss on the one piece string job that came with the racquet.

I don't know if I would have felt the same if I had jumped down from 65 or 70 to 38 or 40. That seems like a very radical move. Moving down a few pounds at a time has allowed me to get the feel of what each step down does for my game. If I had gone down and didn't like the results, I would have gone back up. So far, I am liking everything about the very low tension.
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