The Racquet Comparison Tool compares properties of any two racquets. The comparison parameters include both statically and dynamically measured performance variables. The dynamic specs are measured during the impact between a ball and racquet. These include power potential, sweet zone size, and vibration frequency.
A racquet recommending/selecting tool that compares racquet to every other racquet on the market in power, comfort, control, maneuverability, and spin. TW University Home
Power potential can be measured anywhere on the racquet (TWU measures 15 locations), but for comparison purposes we compare at 21 in. from butt and 2 in. off-center. A high power potential means that impact causes less recoil, twist and bend, thus resulting in more power, control, and comfort.
Compare Strings Tool. Choose the two strings you want to compare. Comparison automatically appears when you change either string. Differences between strings are all shown as the percentage difference of string 2 to string 1. Stiffness: The most important property.
2. Length. The racket length is the distance from the grip end to the end of the racket head. You have two options when choosing the racket length: Most tennis rackets have the standard length of 27 inch (68.6 cm) . However, there are also rackets in excess length up to 29 inch (73.7 cm) .
The comparison table lists the racquets from most power potential (most power) to least at any given impact location. But it does MUCH, MUCH MORE! Wrapped up in the power potential number is everything important you can say about a racquet — power, comfort, and control.
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