Lightly hitting the net with the head saves effort, but the bottom line is exhausting. It was uncomfortable before hitting the net with the head heavy, but the bottom line was effortless. But if you want to use your own strength and strengthen your control, head light is the best choice. For technical players or ladies who don’t want to hit their arms too thick, it’s good to retake shots with their heads.
Data interpretation: 1pts head light. That is, the balance point of the racket is at the position where the midpoint of the racket is close to 1 point of the handle:
Formula: 1pts = 1/8 inch = 1/8 * 25.4 mm = 3.175 mm=0.3175CM
For a beat with a standard length of 27 inches or 68.5 cm. The balance point is 31 (68.5/2-0.3175=33.9) CM from the handle. The head weight is added to the balance point value at the midpoint.
n six-one 90, 9 nodded lightly. That is, 68.5/2-0.3175*9=31.4, that is, the balance point is 31.4CM from the handle. The number on the website is 315.
1 Nodding head weight, that is, 68.5/2+0.3175=34.5cm, which is 34.5cm from the handle.
Most of the beats will be lighter than the original. We can understand it as saving some weight by inertia. O3 is an exception, the super large hole reduces the resistance, making the beat swing far lighter than its own weight. I don’t know if there will be a dead weight of 350 grams and a swing weight coefficient of less than 300 in the future. This index recommends that you try it yourself before you can feel it. Because swing weight is affected by factors such as hitting method and position.