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"Ten Basic Facts about Racquets"
Here are ten basic facts about racquets from USRSA technical advisor Steve Davis. This information provided by the United States Racquet Stringers Association. USRSA Copyright c 1997.

These facts are presented as generalities. 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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