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Thread: Tension and sweetspot?
11-01-2008, 05:44 PM #1
Tension and sweetspot?
I just recently strung my mp99 @ 26 lbs with bg80.
My question is:
With a higher tension, does the sweetspot change?
I played several times and finally realized that I felt more power and accuracy if I hit near the top of the frame rather than the center sweetspot of the mp99.
Does anyone find this is true?
11-01-2008, 06:07 PM #2
Higher tension = smaller sweet spot.
Higher tension = better control (as string bed not as bouncy).
And if you are a strong player, high tension can actually give you more power, this is true if you swing fast, use a stiff racquet and consistently hit the sweet spot. The shots coming out are explosive !!!
However, stiff racquet + high tension normally equate to problems with elbow or shoulders if your technique is not there.
11-01-2008, 06:13 PM #3
Different stringing styles tend to move the sweetspot... changing tensions will tend to affect the size of the sweetspot.
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