... and I have responded regarding what he wrote about Nadal's rackets, completely out of the context of Sinner's rackets and their weight/swingweight.dr325 is writing about swingweight not weight of Sinners.
No, he would not not, as well as most of the people with developed strokes would not benefit - at least not initially, from the rackets with old fashioned swing weight, as the game is played a bit differently today compared to - say - 80's and even part of the 90's, regarding the groundstrokes. I agree that to heavy/swingweight racket is and can be an impeding factor in that regard.If it was
moreheavier he wouldnt be able to accelerate it like he does, at least not during the whole match.
wondering what your thoughts are on the 339 overall. Did you hit the 16x19 or the 18x20? Curious to try one myself...Not sure about that. Release timeframe (beginning of lockdown) and Novak not using latest PJ is probably not helping...
I do like the feel of the 339 better than the 301. I did like the 263 a lot
Then, there is Rublevesque setup??'Sinner's racket is a nadalesque setup, light, head heavy and with a high swingweight compared to it's weight
Nadal 345g 33.6cm 370sw
Sinner 325g 33.3cm 340sw
Compared to idk, Thiem 340g 32.3cm 345sw
Djokovic 353g 32.3 359sw
A Djokovicesque setup
It's about how you chose to deliver the swingweight through the ball, either with a light and high balance point racket or a lower and higher static racket. Good luck.
Very 6.1 like classic type of setup with high static, low balance and low ish swing weight (compared to the static weight at least) it seems? Wasn't he using 6.1 when he was with Wilson too? Kinda makes sense. I'm hoping he rocks Gravity PJ soon!
Of course but I would say Rublev is a Federesque setup if you don't mind
His actual racket that he used to use was Wilson Six OneVery 6.1 like classic type of setup with high static, low balance and low ish swing weight (compared to the static weight at least) it seems? Wasn't he using 6.1 when he was with Wilson too? Kinda makes sense. I'm hoping he rocks Gravity PJ soon!