100sq best for baseline + serves?

yessir

Semi-Pro
I guess they are , massive flat serves and kick serves. Good launch angle + spin + power plus you can lower the launch angle effect with various ways and keep the power.

If so , why is everyone here pretending to be a finesse player with volleys , drop-volleys , dropshots and federer-paire stuff? 95% of people here will lose their matches due to stuff like that.

Any opinions on that?
 
I guess they are , massive flat serves and kick serves. Good launch angle + spin + power plus you can lower the launch angle effect with various ways and keep the power.

If so , why is everyone here pretending to be a finesse player with volleys , drop-volleys , dropshots and federer-paire stuff? 95% of people here will lose their matches due to stuff like that.

Any opinions on that?

Wait, don't you use a PS 97 v13? lol.
 

Yamin

Hall of Fame
Clash Tour, babolats, ezone 98+

If so , why is everyone here pretending to be a finesse player with volleys , drop-volleys , dropshots and federer-paire stuff? 95% of people here will lose their matches due to stuff like that.

If I had to guess most forum members are older doubles players. That's what they are good at / what they have to be good at to stay competitive.
 
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I guess they are , massive flat serves and kick serves. Good launch angle + spin + power plus you can lower the launch angle effect with various ways and keep the power.

If so , why is everyone here pretending to be a finesse player with volleys , drop-volleys , dropshots and federer-paire stuff? 95% of people here will lose their matches due to stuff like that.

Any opinions on that?
Actually it’s been scientifically proven that: the thinner the beam, the lower the RA, the denser the string pattern, the smaller the headsize and most importantly the heavier the racket that you use; makes you that much more of a MAN!

(jk pls don’t bite)
 

jimmy8

Legend
Wilson pro staff six one 100 v13. Same control and stability of head graphene 360+ prestige pro, 95 sqin, but with bigger sweet spot and more maneuverable.
 

Rosstour

G.O.A.T.
Racket is irrelevant. They are all good. You win with your technique, footwork and your brains. People that try to buy a game are fooling themselves.

It's not going to be THE difference maker, but it makes a difference.

I was struggling for a long time with control. Switched racquets and I no longer have control issues. Got a lot better as a result.
 
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