Another Forum opinion about power rackets Debunked.
Originally Posted by Overdrive
The title is a little misleading. The older gentleman was a former pro, and it looks like he kept playing tennis after his professional career. It is interesting to see this man take Jenkins to the limit. Is it a bad thing that he almost lost to him even though he is a Division 1 player? Not really. If he was a recreational player, this would have looked bad on him.
However, like I stated before, the match was great because he played a former professional who had a decent ranking during his time.
Yes but it just goes to show you that you can compete with SUPER powerful racket like Hyper hammer 115 Sq inch frame. All YOU forum players that think POWERFUL light frames can stand up to heavy hitting of college or pro players is DEBUNKED.
Babolat Pure drive 2012, 55 lbs, Kirschbaum Proline X / X-1 biphase. Nalbandian backhand and Nadal forehand.