Originally Posted by movdqa
The popular pro approach today is the polarized setup with weight at the ends of the racquets. This gives you a good combination of good balance, high swingweight, low static weight and dynamic flex.
Hum interesting thought.
Though you don't get the "torsional stability" that comes from using lead in 3 and 9 o'clock positions on the head, but well... maybe that is not that important when counting for everything else