Racquet throat/beam size/width does Matter

Racquet throat/beam size/width does matter!  The thinner the beam the less power. The wider the beam the more power.  Beginners need a wider beam for ‘some extra power’right of the rack!!!  The experienced player needs less power and a usually thinner beam, since theirswing speeds are fast or slow….what ever they want and need they can get from their swing speed.

Beginner players need a lighter racquet to go along with the wider beam; light means anything 8.5 ounces to 9.8 or so.  Average weight and higher weight is considered to be 10.6 ounces to 11.3 and even sometimes higher.

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