I was wondering if you might like to take a stab at answering Anubis's question. To somebody even mildy curious about the basic building blocks of ball-racquet collisions and racquet power (entirely separate from player skill) It wouldn't be hard to piece together. The clues are right there in my posts for anybody to see. For somebody who understands the fundamentals of racquet power intimately, a plausible answer is apparent immediately. All of your comments seem to indicate you find little value in separating the player from the racquet for 11 seconds to contemplate inherent racquet power. I think these concepts I've been discussing can be useful for figuring out on court scenarios such as the one Anubis is currently pondering.
(9x) Donnay Pro One 97 | RPNY Leather | 12.6oz, -12Points, ~335sw | Gut/Ashaway Monogut Red, 60/58 | USTA 4.5 (Benchmarked)
Last edited by ChicagoJack : 02-19-2013 at 11:51 AM.