Originally Posted by dmcb101
Probably those who need to drive the ball more. Spin is nice for dropping the ball in, but when you need to get it past a guy like Djokovic or Monfils who can run everything down the spin makes the ball sit more, thus giving these speed demons more time to run down the ball. Although it may help on slow clay as it would bounce up real high...thats a thought!
Well the more spin the more margin you get and the harder you can hit the ball.
Problem with this racket for pros would mostly be that the extra spin wouldn't make up for the higher launch angles from such open pattern.
Pure Control Tour: leather+og, 5g lead up top, 16L poly @ 52lbs = 12.68oz
Last edited by Anton; 01-31-2013 at 11:22 AM.