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10 Things to Know About Tennis Racquets

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From the USRSA technical advisor Steve Davis, there are ten basic facts about racquets. Information is provided by the United States Racquet Stringers Association. USRSA Copyright c 1997.

These facts are presented as generalities.

From the USRSA technical advisor Steve Davis, here are ten basic facts about racquets. Information is provided by the United States Racquet Stringers Association. USRSA Copyright c 1997.

While a stiffer frame generates more power, a stiff frame badly strung may generate less power than a more flexible frame properly strung for power players. While a heavier frame generates more power, it can also decrease maneuverability.

1. A heavier frame generates more power.
2. A heavier frame vibrates less.
3. A heavier frame has a larger sweetspot.
4. A stiffer frame generates more power.
5. A stiffer frame has a larger sweetspot.
6. A stiffer frame transmits more of the shock load to the arm than a more flexible frame.
7. A stiffer frame provides a more uniform ball response across the entire string plane.
8. A larger frame generates more power.
9. A larger frame is more resistant to twisting.
10. A larger frame has a larger sweetspot.
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Sam Hood on Sunday, 01 November 2020 22:29

These tips will surely help to get a better understanding of tennis rackets.
One can check this https://www.racquets4u.com/tennis/tennis-racquets.html if they want to explore more on a tennis racket.

These tips will surely help to get a better understanding of tennis rackets. One can check this https://www.racquets4u.com/tennis/tennis-racquets.html if they want to explore more on a tennis racket.
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