Differences in flexibility: Flexpoint vs Wooden rackets etc.

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by topspin_17, Dec 6, 2006.

  1. topspin_17

    topspin_17 Guest

    Whenever I hit with my friends' Flexpoint radicals (most of the players of my age at my academy all play with a radical mp but concidentally they all want to change because they dont like it haha) it always feels like it's flexing in the head area, which I don't like. But whenever I hit with a wooden racket, it feels like its flexing in the neck area, which I like for some reason. Do all flexible rackets feel like theyre flexing in the neck or is it just the flexpoint? Please post comments thank you
  2. AJK1

    AJK1 Hall of Fame

    Apr 21, 2005
    I hit an overhead the other night with my FXP Radical Tour and it really flexed, but i liked the feeling, it was like a slingshot.
  3. bcsax123

    bcsax123 Semi-Pro

    Nov 28, 2005
    It depends on the racquet. For example, the POG flexes just right above the top of the neck.

    I would say the Flexpoint does flex somewhat when you hit hard.

    I agree with AJK1 that it feels like a slingshot when you hit right between the Flexpoints.

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