It is commonly believed that smaller sweet spot racquets are only good for developed players. Take for example Pacific X Feel Pro 90 Vacuum - "The feel from the sweetspot is sublime" if you can locate it. The same (to a lesser extent) can be said about many others "retail player's racquets", such as Babolat Pure Storm GT Limited, Head Youtek Prestige Mid etc. Now, how about using such racquets not for developed players but for player's development? Think about it: if hitting "anything outside the sweetspot is severely penalized" and hitting sweetspot is a "bliss", is not such racquet the perfect training device to improve your ability to watch the ball and biomechanics in general? I understand that high risk high reward hitting is good only for practice sessions and I myself would opt for something more (or most) forgiving to play a match, but it is practice that makes perfect. What do you guys think, would you use a "player's racquet" for player's development purposes?