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TENSION
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TENSION

With a wider string space, we suggest that the racket be strung at a tension of 3 lbs more than your usual tension.

INERTIA
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The oval frame has a single vertex, which helps retain the linear motion when swinging and thus maintain the most stable inertia.

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The square frame has double vertices. The greater distance between the vertices, the more mutual interference the linear motion gets. If the shot is hit at a less ideal spot, the swing inertia becomes even less stable.

LARGER SWEET SPOT
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The 62-hole racket has a wider string space than conventional rackets, giving better string ductility and hence effectively increasing the sweet spot area by 40%.

Fewer holes mean improved frame rigidity and tension which allow higher stringing tensions.

LIGHTWEIGHT, LOW DRAG
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62 HOLES

More open string pattern means less drag.

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72 HOLES

Less open string pattern creates more drag.

LOW TORQUE ( FRAME )

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Improved torsional strength means minimum deformation at impact.

Conventional Aerodynamic Frame

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Small torsional area results in lower rigidity and more deformation at impact.

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