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Old 02-22-2013, 08:18 AM   #10
dman72
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If I'm playing a total junk baller, I play better with a racquet that hits good junk itself...thin beamed, lower swingweight, very headlight, in my case my NXG OS's.

If I'm playing somebody who hits with pace, I hit better with a tweener frame that is a little stiffer, and has more pop, ie my o3 Sharks.

It's a bad habit to switch racquets, so I try to stay with one frame regardless, but I can't deny that different tools definitely work better against different players, at least at the extremes of the scales.

I'd assume you can have similar issues with string tension.
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