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Old 01-27-2013, 06:27 AM   #179
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Originally Posted by Lilguy1456 View Post
To be honest guys, arguing about what style of racquet is best (an inherantly subjective conversation) is about as hopeless as arguing over what food is best or what music is best.
There are endless reviews and ratings by various institutions for practically all products and services, such as movies, music, schools, colleges, cars, electronics, mutual funds, software, doctors, lawyers, contractors, etc. Most people, I think, will look at the reviews or ask someone before buying.

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Everyone is perfectly capable with finding REASONS for liking a racquet style more than another, but they are all specific to that individual's preference...
while it's true that one should select a racquet based on individual preference, a lots of people may not know their preference and are heavily influenced by reviews, ratings and comments.
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