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Old 01-07-2013, 11:01 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by newyorkstadium View Post
I'm confused by this. If higher tensions launch at a lower angle, how does this not equal greater control? Are there other factors?

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Into the net? Control is subjective...it is whatever you do with the ball. There is no such thing as "control" in physics, just speeds, spins, and angles. You can adjust for any rebound from the stringbed by altering your stroke, if you have to. Control is a combination of stroke and setup, and the combinations are endless.
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