Talk Tennis Guru
It's a better frame to me. More spin due to new open pattern, beefier SW that isn't sluggish, looks better and feels a little better as well.I am leaning towards getting the sv98+ or the dr98+.
I am a doubles player now, so I look for the combo of big serve, enough headsize to attack returns and enough touch to direct volleys.
Interestingly babolats strung tight with gut mains works well for this.
My question is how different is the pure aero plus to the apd plus? If it is not a big difference I will stay with yonex.
The wildcard is the sv100+
I always preferred vcore line to ezone line.
I have had no issues at all doing this exact thing. I think you probably need more experience with xl frames. Just would have to commit to using the one you like and then the adjustment is easy. Bryan Brothers use XL frames, and they are pretty good.i dont have an astounding amount of experience with plus length frames, but for me they suck dookie at the net when playing doubles. serves, yes. groundies, yes. being the net guy in doubles, hayull no.
Agree. I have not had issues volleying at all with the PA+. It's actually really fun at net.The PA+ is awesome at net. Once you get used to it you don't even notice it as an extended frame imo