Should dimitrov switch back to 93 s (95) 18X17 or stay with the new

Better or not

  • Yes he is playing better more power

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • no he is not zero control

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • he still has to get used to it

    Votes: 3 33.3%
  • Why would he switch if he had a magic year in 2014

    Votes: 6 66.7%

  • Total voters
    9

SpinToWin

Talk Tennis Guru
I don't get the switch, makes no sense, particularly if you look at his performances before and after.

Feels like he's being led to believe that "larger = bigger", which is total bullocks.
 

Anton

Legend
Better get used to new racket now and save yourself the second guessing of your equipment later.

Look at Fedya, switching to bigger racket way late, having to spend adjustment time just when it is almost running out.
 

movdqa

Talk Tennis Guru
I think that it's more a matter of confidence than the racquet at this time. That's why these guys hardly every change frames or setups - there isn't a good time to adjust to a new racquet.
 

coolschreiber

Hall of Fame
I don't know why he moved from the MG prestige mid to begin with, why fix something thats not broken. He took a set of Nadal when he was 17 using that MG mid. But now that he's moved he should just be patient and stay put - adjust to this new racket. Like a lot of people have said already, he shouldn't have the 'what if i switched to a bigger frame and gained more ....' doubts. Atleast he'll have that out of the way with this bigger frame.
 
I think that it's more a matter of confidence than the racquet at this time. That's why these guys hardly every change frames or setups - there isn't a good time to adjust to a new racquet.
We need to send a representative from TT to show these guys how to flip flop between equipment on the fly. Especially people carrying 10 racquets in their bags, ALL different (makes no sense to me).
 
same with me i think why switch he is missing to much the 95 s was much better but i think rasheed got him into this racket switching nonsense.
 
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