Originally Posted by FrisbeeFool
No racket is going to magically fix your tennis game. Best to worry about technique. I'm shocked by the consumerist approach some people have to sports. As if it's possible to buy your way to a better game. They've been making graphite rackets for decades. Whatever upgrades they're touting are just selling points in order to move new rackets.
I don't think anyone is saying a racquet will "Magically" fix their game, not sure where you saw that.
There is a tremendous difference in high end play with these different racquets, I mean I can hit anything, play with anything, even wood, but sometimes these little details can make a big difference.
For example, I have a PS 90 and a K-95, almost identical weight and size, but they play totally different. The 95's head is more round, and while I love the 90, in play I pick the 95, incredible racquet and huge difference.