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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-30-2006, 07:52 PM Thread Starter
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just bought a racket

hi guys. i know i started a post about buying tennis rackets before but couldnt find it anywhere. i just bought the head senior liquid metal 4 racket. they had a pretty good sale on, down from 300 to 100. the thing is the only ones they had available on that sale were swing type: S4. (which is for moderate swings, actually I think its a little bit more on the side of short swings). I do have a long swing action though. But I do like the deal and want to keep it, ive already got it strung anyways. How much of a difference do u guys think this s4 will make? i mean im generally not al that much of a power player, just my serve is powerful. any ideas?
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Re: just bought a racket

Well usually a raquet thats ment for someone with a shorter swing means that the raquet is made to give them more power with less of a swing action.

Which means the raquet is going to have a large head and is going to be flexible which will give you more power with less effort. The only downside to this is the fact that you loose some on control over the ball.
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Re: just bought a racket

string it tighter with control strings and you should be ok
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