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how to determine how thick your grip should be?

Discussion in 'Grip' started by brady6, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. brady6

    brady6 Regular Member

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    like is there kind of a set rule where your fingers should be in comparison to your palm, or should it be just what is comfortable to you?
     
  2. Ar Dan

    Ar Dan Regular Member

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    I'd say whatever suits you best, some people like thicker and others like thinner ones.
     
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    truasianfx Regular Member

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    it just depends on how big ur hand is. If u got a big hand and a thin grip, then you cant hold it tightly cause ur fingers are too long. In that case just buy thicker grips or overlap a few.
     
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    Smichz Regular Member

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    what's comfy for u..
     
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    I agree. It's a combo of your hand size and your preference.
     
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    No hard or fast rules, but I would say too thin and you will be prone to injury, too thick and it will impair your racquet movement.
     

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