Could anyone explain how the kick point of a racket influences how to use it? In golf, a lower kick point (one located near the head) makes the arc of the ball's flight higher, while a higher kick point (one near the middle of the shaft) makes the arc flatter. Does that mean that when using a racket with a kick point near the head of the shaft, (such as the RSL M7 Series, RSL 6800 and 6900, La Fleche and Gosens) that the shuttle must be hit earlier and higher to minimize hitting the net when smashing? And does the kickpoint help generate power at all? I hope I'm making sense.