Talk Tennis Guru
Why do you keep saying I take it personally? You said it twice in one paragraph, which is incredibly passive aggressive.Dude, first off I was replying to @haqq777 earlier comment from page 8 of this thread where he mentioned that it helps to have something with more forgiveness since he is pretty fit already (I've seen him play), wasn't talking about you at all so stop being sensitive. And number 2, if you already play at a decent enough level it is harder to find motivation to further improve on conditioning, thats why I said it is not very realistic since not everyone is gung-ho about improving conditioning. You gotta stop taking things so personal.
You were clearly addressing what I said as well. Haqq did not mention fitness at all in the post you replied to - I did. I mean, that’s blantantly obvious if you scroll down from his post to mine. This is a 50 page thread, so referencing page 8 is not something anyone is going to do. I would hope you can see that.
I believe Haqq is fit. He tries a lot of gear out, plays tennis all the time and I have no problem with his opinion at all.
Your point #2 is simply not true at all for everyone. It’s ambiguous at best. What is a decent enough level? What will cost you a match more- mental and physical fatigue or a frame that has a 3 inch smaller sweetspot?
And yes, if you are not “gung ho” about conditioning that is fine. I simply said it will give you a bigger advantage on the tennis court than any racquet.