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Old 11-26-2012, 03:55 AM   #252
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Originally Posted by Bartelby View Post
I think the answer there is that variations in weight and in the placement of the weight along the racquet frame, when combined with variations in balance point, are reasonably small changes that can have a big effect on swingweight.
in order for there to be this much difference in SW, Babolat has to have suckiest quality control in history of tennis. This company is one of the most cherished tennis mfg in history of tennis. Can you confirm that with Eric Babolat ?
Even Wilson has much better quality control than that.
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