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Old 03-20-2013, 09:36 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Stevo Karlovic View Post
What would happen if Nadal was forced to play with the Six.One 90? I believe this hypothetical question answers any doubt that racquet technology has great bearing on the one-sidedness of this rivalry. That Aero Pro Drive with RPM Blast absolutely scorches the ball, and in essence, covers far more court with its high forgiveness. This is a glaring advantage that Federer should not be so stubborn or na´ve to, any longer.

Consider this:

Two out of three PGA Tour golfers carry an "R" series driver by Taylormade. The R7 inparticular, was carried by an uncanny, 75% of golfers in 2009.
Consider this:

ATP tour players have the same choice that pro golfers do of using the racquet that they prefer. Yet I don't see 75% of pro tennis players using Babolats. In fact, I see players using an array of racquets. This has existed forever. Sampras used a small headed racquet, very similar to Federer's. Agassi used an oversize racquet. There's not one racquet for everybody.
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