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  1. #1
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    Flexpoint Technology

    What's ur opinion on the new Flexpoint Technology racquets? I'm considering getting i'm gonna demo a few...but what do you think about them? I've had shoulder problems in the past and was wondering if these racquets may possibly reduce some of the stress on my shoulder....any suggestions/comments/opinions? Thanks ahead of time.

  2. #2
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    Mar 2004
    I have a matched pair of Head LM Radical Tour rackets and have just got a flexpoint version - they don't look as nice, but as far as using them is concerned they feel more 'comfortable' to use - there's definately a little less stress put on the arm and shoulder so it's worth having a go. Best rackets i've used to stop my shoulder problems was the Wilson H6 rackets - very light, powerful and good control too. If your shoulder problems are getting bad they are definately worth looking at (and quite cheap too these days).

  3. #3
    ive tested the flexpoint radical tour and i thought it was too heavy, but I think the prestige team is a great racquet I get alot more power with the same control

  4. #4
    I've tested the flexpoint racquets myself and i dont seem to like it. at times, its quite hard on the elbows and quite hard to get the feel on the ball.

  5. #5
    In my opinion, I feel that the Flexpoint Radical is stiffer than the LM Radical.

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