a. Let’s start with equipment.
You may want to consider a new racquet…if and only if…your old frame is either “dead” or in some way inadequate.Over time, even the best racquets lose their ability to flex. Literally, they get beat up to a point where they are no longer responsive…a trait which is labeled as “dead”. Your old racquet may not provide the power, balance or maneuverability that you desire. In these situations, its is probably time to start trying out different frames. Unfortunately, the demo frames may not be strung at your preferred tension or not have your size grip. Still, trying a demo is better than buying a racquet “blind.”
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