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Old 04-30-2013, 07:06 AM   #2
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The general recommendation is to use the heaviest racquet you can swing without losing swing speed or having your arm feeling excessively tiree during play.

The extra mass in the frame helps absorb the shock from striking the tennis ball.


It sounds like the Dunlop 400 Tour felt so good you put extra effort into your serving - and your back was not ready for this extra explosive movement.

Do you do off court conditioning to get your back in shape for ball bashing?
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