What is the best serve-and-volley racket in you guys' opinion(nothing smaller than 93 sq. in. please. But if you must post a racket smaller than that go ahead.)? Thanks in advance.
How does the 6.1 kill your arm? Is it because it is really stiff or what? If it is than I would just put a rubberband or a vibe. damp. on it.louis netman said:Prince Precision Response Ti, Precision Response 660, Slaz X-1, Wilson PS 6.0 85 & 95, Wilson 6.1 95. The Wilson PS 6.1 will kill your arm, however...
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I think many can attest that the 6.1 is way stiff (RDC 72?). The vibe dampener is not a shock reducer. It merely eliminates the annoying "pinging" sound, that's all it does. The 93 Rok is great for a flat-ball hitter. The stock warrior is too light for me, but many like it cause it slices and volleys like the PRTi...I tried weighting the warrior to the prti specs, but it becomes way too powerful.aj_m2009 said:How does the 6.1 kill your arm? Is it because it is really stiff or what? If it is than I would just put a rubberband or a vibe. damp. on it.
And are the PS Rok and the TT Warrior good S&V rackets?
The thing is I don't S&V a lot but I am really considering going to pure S&V 'cause my ground game isn't exactly the best so I don't really know which racket is best to S&V with for me, that is why I asked. And isn't the Jack Kramer Prostaff a wood racket or is that a different Jack Kramer racket?Rabbit said:I would think it would be whatever frame you served/volleyed best with.
My personal all-time fav is the Volkl C10 Pro, followed by the Wilson Jack Kramer ProStaff. You'd probably have more luck locating the C10 Pro (TW).