"Flexible heavy racquets are ideal for control, feel, touch and avoiding arm injuries. They may lack power but you can make up for that with an elastic string at a low tension.
"TC, I see you own the tenniselbowracquet site and have noticed a few responses by you. I hope that you can dive in and become a part of the community here beyond just building incoming links. Thanks,
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"It looks like the Boris Becker brand stopped production I can't find any new models. Boris Becker endorsed and used Volkl for a long time before coming out with his own brand. Volkl recently came out with the Volkl Power Bridge, which uses the…"
"A flexible heavier racquet is much better for your arm and has better control, touch and feel. . A heavy racquet can still be maneuverable and fast at the net if it has a head light balance; the balance does more for maneuverability than actual…"
"I used the Prince Pro Tour for 4 years and since they stopped making it, I just replaced it with the Prince ex03 tour. I love the contol, feel touch and accuracy I do keep the string tension a little bit lower to help with the power."
"I agree the Head IG Prestige Pro is a great racquet, but I like the HEAD Youtek IG Prestige MP a little better it is just a slightly lighter and more flexible. I find the feel and control better and its more manueverable."
"You might want to look into replacing your racquet and string it with some more elastic strings. If you go to http://tenniselbowracquet.com there is a list of the top 10 racquets and top 10 strings to use to help with tennis elbow.
The best way to get a nice blend of power and control while achieving a very arm friendly racquet is to find a racquet that is flexible and choose strings that are elastic and keep the tension low. You can find a good list of the best of…"
Dec 18, 2012
Thomas C is now a member of Tennisopolis : Tennis Social Network
TC, I see you own the tenniselbowracquet site and have noticed a few responses by you. I hope that you can dive in and become a part of the community here beyond just building incoming links. Thanks,