Whether you’re a competitive junior or adult player, the purpose of having two or more racquets of the same model is to have a reliable backup in case the strings break. But do you ever wonder why one of those racquets might be your favorite? If they’re the same brand and model, they should all be the same, right?
I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news but, maybe not.
In reality, all racquet brands have manufacturing tolerances to allow for variation in frame specifications within a racquet model.
That’s why when you purchase two or more racquets of the same model, they’re not always going to be identical. Now, you might be thinking, “If that’s the case, why have a backup racquet, if I can’t rely on it in the middle of a match?”
Well, that’s where I come in. Using a scale, a Babolat RDC, and a balance board, I can determine how much weight to add, and the location of that weight, to precisely match your frames. And that’s the good news!
The pros all have their racquet frames matched to their personal specifications. Now, maybe you don’t plan to be playing on the pro tour anytime soon, but it sure is nice to know that your racquet won’t fail you in the third set match tiebreaker!
If you already know the frame specifications that you like, or you have another frame that you would like to match the specifications to, I can transform your stock frame into a totally new playing frame!