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Thread: Racquet Always Broken
07-11-2012, 09:37 PM #18
I agree with Yan.v:
1) Do you throw/hit the racket on the floors, walls, poles or other players' rackets?
2) How do you keep your racquets? On its own on the wall, on a table top, or under 10+ kilos of books?
3) (already answerered)
4) Cheap/fake rackets ... change to another shop, and see how it goes. Maybe a change of brand too.
I am curious: What is your level? How often do you play?
And to "interrupt the smash swing" and "break the racquet" ... you are more likely to hurt your arm/shoulder than break the racquet.
Photos of your broken racquets would explain a lot. Create an account on photo sharing websites (like flickr) and post the link here.
07-11-2012, 09:44 PM #19
Oh, and what's your string tension?
And when you smash, do you hit the sweet spot, the string near the frame, or you mis-timed and hit the frame?
(Haha, I remember I once mis-timed an overhead return and hit the shaft! But that was so long ago ...)
07-11-2012, 10:24 PM #20
rsl m10 heat should be only about 100 odd bucks. go times sport or kd sport the prices are cheaper.
07-15-2012, 12:39 PM #21
I just saw a Yonex Arcsaber 10 Peter Gade Edition over the weekend. The wooden handle was cracked near the handle-shaft part - the racquet was unusable. String felt like it was around 22lbs. Owner was a "advanced beginner". On closer inspection, the racquet was a FAKE. Just sharing.
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