Last year, Roger Federer changed his racket and saw almost immediate results. If one of the all time greats can gain from switching to a larger head, what might a larger head do for your game?
We see many players who wonder why they are not getting the desired power from their racket. Most of the time, they are using an old racket with a 90 or 95 square inch head. If you don’t swing hard enough, no string or tension is going to add enough power to rackets with those size heads.
The answer is, like Federer, to make the move to a larger head size.
Don’t get us wrong, there is such a thing as too big for many players. Most won't need anything larger than a 105 and quite often, a 100. The difference in going from a 90 or 95 to a 100 will be a larger sweet spot, more spin potential, and more power with less effort. Going to a larger head size allows many to make a more natural swing and generate the same amount of power and spin without having to over swing.
If you are looking for more power with less effort, come in and check out all of the new 2015 models. If you haven’t hit a new racket in many years, you will be surprised by how much more power you can get from a racket without having to go to a huge head size. Many of the 100sq” rackets have a great deal of “pop” without feeling like you have to give up a bunch of control.
Bring your current racket by and we can show you some rackets that will give you the extra power you want, and with our demo program, you can try them before you buy themWhy not get more power in the new year?