(Original post by py0alb)
So you're saying that expensive racquets are for people without the strength to hit the ball hard with a cheap racquet, kinda like how fancy graphite golf clubs are designed for women and old men, but no pro or decent amateur would be seen dead with them?
I think I get it: the better the raqcuet = the worse the player.
I didn't say that? I said the racquet is lighter? Meaning headlight...:/
Therefore you would be able to hit a harder shot.... I do understand the point your trying to make.... In a sense your right, because these so called cheaper racquets were once the 'expensive' racquets...
But at the end of the day, the more expensive racquets are usually better than the older versions.
And I don't know if you have ever been to an actual squash event but maybe an 'actual' profesional would be able to change your mind..
Last edited by Hazz1; 06-03-2012 at 16:07.