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Yonex Nanospeed 6600 Fx from HEAD LIGHT becomes HEAD HEAVY

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by edcrfv1990, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. edcrfv1990

    edcrfv1990 New Member

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    Today i was playing a double game, then this one moment where I had to rush to return a drop shot and my racket tapped the floor once and when I continued playing, my swings felt heavier and slower.
    Then I start realize the head of my racket just got heavier. I checked every spot and grommets, nothing is wrong. I showed everyone there, and they tried hitting with it and agreed that it feels head heavy. I've been using it for months and I'm sure it's head light.
    Did this happen to anyone here?
     
  2. Cycril

    Cycril Regular Member

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    i think you're exhausted :)
     
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    maxout Regular Member

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    Hmmm ... you are based in Las Vegas, are sure you did not mutter any "ABRACADABRA" when you tap it, you know, like a magic wand ;) .... by the way, when you swing it, do you feel any "loose" bits in the frame ... if yes, you may have cracked some fibres inside ....
     
  4. edcrfv1990

    edcrfv1990 New Member

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    I wish the problem was on my end, but the change of feeling was so obvious. I even let a professional level player to try hitting with it, and he agreed that it's head heavy, when it's supposed to be head light.
     
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    Cycril Regular Member

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    erm...is it the 1st time ''the pro'' lay his/her hands on it?
    *yippie 100th post*:D
     

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