Hey everyone, I'm just getting back into playing and have no idea how technology has changed since 1991 -- when I was last in the game. I vaguely recall that I had an oversized Head racquet that was…Continue
Random things about me (hobbies, occupation, tennis history, favorite band, etc.):
I played in high school (ahem, 20 years ago) and a bit in college, but didn't really keep it up. I'm here to find folks who'd like to rally. I'm mostly interested in getting a good workout, enjoying sportsmanship/ comraderie, building community, and (hopefully) improving my game (ultimately, not about winning or losing to me, but whether I, personally, feel good about how I played)
Favorite pro tennis player(s):
Don't follow at all
My tennis skill (please check your NTRP if you know it):
Not bad, Getting there
On the court, I am a:
singles player, gracious winner, gracious loser
My favorite local courts:
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you got a lot of very good information and maybe some advance shop talk even some wisdom of words too.
here is what i did recently. i started with the racket head 100 square inches i found that a head that size require more skill on the players part. than i looked at the oversize head some pros use 110 square inches.based on this i knew i would be happy and effective with 107-109 sq inches, that range is a perfect fit for me.i got the 107sq in size head strung it with natural gut for power and lovin how much better i can play.