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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-10-2007, 02:47 AM Thread Starter
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Will this work?

I have been using a Prince midplus with a 10.6oz weight and have had no problems with my elbow. I just used a Prince O3 Citron and loved it more, but my elbow started to hurt about 3 times afterplaying with it, if i get lead tape added to it. do you think that will help my elbow not hurt?

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Re: Will this work?

The O3 Citron is a little lighter than your Prince midplus (10.1 strung vs 10.6 oz like you mentioned), so I don't know if racket weight is a factor on your TE or not. But I don't know what the balance is on your Prince midplus there because you didn't say what model it is. Beside a heavier racket, head light balance is also supposed to help with TE.

So if I were you and want to add lead to the Citron, I'd add the lead to the handle instead of the head. A heavier and more head light racket should help TE in general, assuming there's no problem with your technique in the first place.
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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-26-2007, 06:39 AM
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Re: Will this work?

Go for the O3 Citron.
Add some lead tape into the handle and you'll be fine.
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