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    Default Broken frame?

    If a racket's frame breaks, is there a way to repair it? or is it broken forever?

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    depends where break, but better buy new one. no point fixing. even if can be able to fix, head balance not same anymore.

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    I repaired my broken AT900P at shanghai,and they did it so well.Best i've seen in china's market.Added less than 1 g but able to hold up to 25-26.

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    If it is a cheap racket then just buy another one since it would probably cost just as much repairing it.

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    Even if less than 1g also the perfomance will be different.

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