A noob question

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  1. kylebreit96

    kylebreit96 New Member

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    I was thinking if it's possible, that with much practice, the before incompatible racket can be compatible with you? beginner to pre-intermediate here and I still don't know what kind of racket I am compatible with but I have my eyes on Victor Meteor X 6000 https://omegle.onl/
     
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    Budi Regular Member

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    Any racket change regardless your skill, it still need time to adapt.
    But there is other case for high end racket. Its not like expensive car. You wont get comfortable feel with racket. High end pro racket are tend to be demanding & if your skill doesnt meet the requirement you will perform worst than what already bad & also risk you to get injury.
     
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    Hbmao Regular Member

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    Absolutely! And this applies to all skill levels. As you progress, your timing an/or how you exert the force changes (usually your stroke becomes shorter), and that will definitely reveals some “hidden power” from your racket, or make your previous favorite racket not so lovable anymore.
     

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