In the October 2006 issue of tennis magazine, there is a nice interview with Serena Williams, who also happens to be on the cover. Here is a part I thought you guys would be interested in, that some of you would absolutely love to jump on. Q: "Why do you play with a game-improvement racquet that's so powerful it invites unforced errors for a player at the pro level? Serena's A: "That's a really good question. I'm actually in the process of changing, because the head [of my current racket] is too big. I recently hit with my hitting partner's racquet, because the strings were broken in mine, and I probably made zero unforced errors... The racquet I'm using is great...I've done pretty good with it. I just want to try something different."