But that's the point, we want a swing style that will be compatible with a larger variety of rackets. Give clears a try with the heavy racket. See if you can get baseline to baseline with it. With a racket that heavy, if your technique is too arm-y or too wrist-y, you'll very quickly know, because it'll give you bad feedback/your shot won't go the distance. I'm not proposing you change your main racket, and I can understand why you would move away from a racket like the TK9900 (having used a ZF2 myself for quite some time). I can't use super light rackets either. Visor's recommendation of an Astrox is good though. NAMD is nice. I really like my Astrox 77, but I ended up liking the N7 II more - I think the N7 II is the lightest racket I've ever used for any prolonged period of time. The rest felt weird, I got lazy with swing, or I just couldn't generate the power.