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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-13-2015, 11:58 AM Thread Starter
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Advice: am I using the right racquet

Hey guys long time since I've made a post on this forum. Just wanted some advice. I'm hit the ball very flat and was wondering if my current racquet suits my game?

I'm using the instinct mp head which Berdych cilic and Sharapova were using before the new model. I always get my racquet strung with alu power smooth. I also have led tap on either side of the frame .

Any tips to suit my flat hitting game would be appreciated.
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Re: Advice: am I using the right racquet

That seems to be the correct racquet for you, but racquets all come down to individual feel of the player

Then again, it could be the rest of your game

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Re: Advice: am I using the right racquet

What's your preference aiming for? Power or control, or a balance of both? I think racquets with a smaller head size (~95 is better suited for control while larger head sizes (> 105 are better for power , and it seems like instinct mp head is 100, which is considered balanced
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