How to improve the comfort of a tennis racket?
Every tennis player has his own different feelings about the comfort of using the racket. This makes it very difficult to convert player feedback into actual design parameters. So far, the players’ attention has been mainly focused on reducing the impact on the racket and the resulting swing.
Rigid rackets tend to have lower shock resistance. Therefore, various additions are used for experiments to provide additional seismic performance. The harder racket has a louder sound when hitting, and most players don’t like it, so shock ropes are used. Methods to reduce impact include moving the center of hitting to the center of the racket and increasing the quality of the frame. Factors related to comfort are the polishing of the surface of the racket and the material of the handle of the handle. Manufacturers already have very standard processes and methods for this.
There is no perfect racket for all athletes. Because the players have different levels, their playing styles are also different. Different types of rackets should be developed as much as possible to adapt to different consumers.
Players always use a racket with a smaller quality and a larger surface area when they start to play. The big racket enables these players to better control the ball, improve their level faster, and be happier. When the ball misses, the torque is more stable.
Some club players who play regularly for entertainment, they are willing to use a racket with a smaller racket surface in order to better control the ball and determine the quality of the racket according to their playing style. Bottom line players like to use long and heavy rackets. Explosive players prefer lighter and more flexible rackets.