Levo, I don't understand why you gave me a bad rep when I said Venus's hitting coach was hot. You bitch, I ain't trying to steal your man!
Well if you don't understand, I'm certainly not going to tell you
Why is it that the world never remembered the name of Johann Gambolputty de von Ausfern-
kalbsfleisch-mittler-aucher von Hautkopft of Ulm?
"I want to do things on my own terms, I can't have anything take me out.
I have never given up and it's important for me to prove to myself that I can do this, and to prove to me that i'm a champion.
If I were just to sit down, lay down and give in, then I wouldn't have any respect for myself." VW
65lbs, 93 sq. inches. My volleys suffer from a lack of punch but perfect for groundstrokes & I play from the back so....
65 pounds is very tight for a racquet that size. How long have those strings been in your racquet? I recommend any player 4.0+ cut their strings out after 15 hours of play if they have not broken. Strings lose their tension and they do nto gain it back once it is lost. My strings break in about 4 hours of practice or 5 hours of match play. But if you leave your racquet in the trunk of the car you better believe you will be losing several pounds of tension. Even a hot day on the court will take it's toll.
What racquet are you using? Is it flexible?
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before I always string the tension at the middle of the racquet's recommended tension, does the racquet break easier or anything bad if you string it the max/min of the recommend tension? does anyone go over the min/max? and by how many kg/lbs can you feel the difference?