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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    Thanks Thanks for your kind words. Best regards, Ed www.tennisgeometrics.com
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    I agree Well said. Best regards, Ed www.tennisgeometrics.com
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    Thanks for the comments You must use a different transition in going from the forehand to your backhand then most people. Thanks for your comments. Best regards, Ed www.tennisgeometrics.com
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    Thanks Best regards, Ed www.tennisgeometrics.com
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    Good comment Very good. Being aware of and controlling the racquet face angle is critical on all levels of play. Usually players using the PVG's who want to move from the WF to the SW will do just that. They place their hand in the SW position correctly but revert back to the hand wrist...
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    Very good,
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    Good comment Hey, if you are happy with your game, great. If there is a part of you game that really needs improvement go for it. Everyone seems to have a different experience. For some their is a dramatic immediate improvement in some aspect of their game at the same time it hinders...
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    Good comment Excellent, major concern for high performance players. Got questions all the time but once the got it never heard about any problem. Best regards, Ed www.tennisgeometrics.com
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    Commission? You can't be serious Well maybe he did not say it just right but I can assure you he does not get a sales commission. LOL More power? Well, when the racquet does not twist so much in your hand you will transfer more energy to the ball. This translates to more spin and...
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    excellent Good question. In my opinion the more rectangular handles are not that benficial for the SW or the Cont. grip but are great if you prefer the EF grip. The PVG's on these handles give the SW and the Cont. grip the bevel size they deserve. Best regards, Ed...
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    Appreciate the comments I will have to check out the "gripyou." I have not seen it yet. People have told me they use tape, popsicle sticks, whatever. Great, build up bevel 3 any way you can. This will change the contact points on the handle increasing the leverage, and provide a frame of...
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    Hello, anybody home? NickJ, do you even have a forehand? Best regards, Ed www.tennisgeometrics.com
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    Decoration Yikes! Andyroo, it is very useful and beneficial to a lot of players, go to the testimonial page. I get testimonials all the time. I quit putting them up because most visitors don't even go to the testimonial page. http://www.tennisgeometrics.com/testimonials_tennis.html...
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    Tennis racquet gadgets

    Thanks for your interest Great discussion, thanks for all the imput. I will try to answer most of the questions. By the way, I am Ed, inventor, owner of the Power V Grips so we will see how far this goes. I sincerely believe the PVG's/Wonder Wedge enhance all the grips with increased...
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    Changing grips frustration.

    I will try. Hope I don't confuse you. For the Eastern forehand grip the knuckle on the base of your index finger goes on bevel 3. That is the handshake grip. The palm of your hand and the racquet face are perpendicular to the ground. For the Semi-Western grip the knuckle on the base of...
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    Changing grips frustration.

    It is so hard to change/learn another grip even if you place your hand in the proper position you will have to change your swing path and contact point. The biggest problem I have found is that people moving from the Eastern forehand to the Semi-Western grip tend to close the racquet face...
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    Rank the top 10 in order of intelligence

    I think this pole is demeaning to the players. Who cares, leave them alone. Ed Tennis Geometrics
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    Power V- Grip question

    monomer, well stated, thanks for your kind works. Ed Tennis Geometrics
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    How far will Brian Baker get in RG?

    Go Brian I got to watch Brian play in the TVOC in Chattanooga, TN. He was a joy to watch. His shot selection and placement were fantastic. His whole game is rock solid. What a talent. I think he can win today. Ed Tennis Geometrics
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    What is hindrance?

    It all depends on if the ball bounced twice before it hit your opponent.
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    What is hindrance?

    Poor sportsmanship I could not believe a hindrance was not called. I think it is poor sportsmanship and stupid. Logic says, if it is not intended to distract and hinder your opponent, why do it? Interesting, if it is accidental, it is ok? So why don't I give out a loud sneeze right...
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    Has Anyone Tried This?

    Sorry double post
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    Has Anyone Tried This?

    Papa, thanks for your kind words and remembering me. Best regards, Ed Tennis Geometrics
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    Has Anyone Tried This?

    Well, yes and no. With the Power V Grip II if you take the grip off the racquet came with and attach it with the tape provided on the site then attach an overgrip on top of that it will actually make the grip smaller. From there it is easy to build up the grip size to exactly what you want...
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    Has Anyone Tried This?

    Very interesting. I had to get a racquet in my office and go to the Semi-Western grip then I rotated my hand/wrist to the Western forehand it opened up the racquet face so apparently you are keeping your hand/wrist close to the Western forehand position on contact with the ball, hence all the...
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    Has Anyone Tried This?

    Barnotchky, thanks for your interest. A lot of my customers are trying to transition from the Eastern forehand to the Semi-Western. I always recommend the Power V Grip II. It is very easy to adjust to. The bevel angles basically stay the same but bevel 2 and bevel 4 are larger. For players...
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    Grip enlarger?

    Well maybe, but if you match last for four hours you will have to call the doctor. LOL
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    Review the craziest racquets you own

    Thanks, you are so right. I'm even confused and I wrote it. Yikes Ed
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    Grip enlarger?

    Hello Marsh, Actually it increases the size of bevel 2 and 4, making the continental (bevel 2) and the semi-western (bevel 4) very easy to find by placing the knuckle on the base of your index finger on the respective bevel. Not to mention the tremendous leverage it adds to the handle...
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    Review the craziest racquets you own

    Thanks for your interest Volley King, first let me congratulate you on your never ending quest to improve. That is what makes tennis so exciting, you can always get better. You can experiment with new technologies. You can experiment with changing and improving your mechanics. You can...
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