Federer doesn't use that raquet. He uses a special raquet (paint jobbed to look like it) given to him by the people who control the tennis world so that he can dominate the sport. Haven't you read anything on these forums?!Rafa Nadal said:Whats up with Federer is he playing with much Spin?
He plays not much Spin or?
rfprse said:I don't think it's difficult to get the spin with 90. It may not be as easy to get loopy shots at first as other ones with which the slight lift/brush up produces loopy spins. But unless you depend solely on those kind, it's good, and even for the loopy ones, a little adjustment would be good enough (in my case at least). Though I think tougher part might be kick serve. It did not feel as good as other bigger head/open string racquets.
Federer generates a tremendous amount of spin on his shots. That's one reason why his shots are so heavy and so hard to return and deal with. He hits those dipping crosscourt passing shots, those super low bouncing slices, and lots of topspin on his groundstroke rallies off of both sides. He also hits great drop shots with so much backspin that the balls barely bounce forward at all. He's able to generate all that spin with his tremendous racquet head speed. Thus, he'd be able to hit with lots of spin even if he were using a frying pan. It's his genius, not the racquet.Rafa Nadal said:Sure i know, that Fed use a custom stick, but my question was, how much Spin he has in his strokes ,)