Today, racquets have big heads which give you more power and margin for error. They're stiff, which helps in directional control. Strings are stiff, which give you improved consistency, placement, and super spin.
How much more help does one need on their tennis game? Racquet manufacturers can only do so much. There comes a certain point when you - the player - have to put in the court time and improve your game. The only missing technology is the Federer Technology, whereby Federer comes on the court and hits the winner for you. (That, actually, would be awesome.)
Maybe these technologies aren't BS. Maybe your tennis game is BS. Ever thought of that? Ha.
When their tennis really matters, Babolat Reps use a Wilson.
Last edited by UCSF2012; 01-03-2013 at 05:31 PM.