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.
3.5 player. Equipment: Prince NXG OS, hybrid kevlar mains/poly crosses 50 lbs
Last edited by dman72 : 02-22-2013 at 09:29 AM.