How are Tennis Racquets designed to take the force of impact?

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Impact absorbing tennis racquets allow players to control and project the ball more effectively, as well as protect them from potentially harmful forces of impact?

Materials are embedded in to the lay-up and shaft of the tennis racquet. Its highly intelligent molecules are able to adapt to the players’ general technique and movement, providing protection and impact absorption where it is needed.

When a player hits high speed, high impact shots, the molecules lock together to absorb and dissipate impact. This stiffens the overall structure of the racquet which protects the player from becoming injured and allows more powerful shots. By dampening the force of impact the racquet undergoes, it gives the tennis player the opportunity to deliver more accurate, controlled shots and serves.

When it is put under intense forces of impact, the racquet can be used in a more precise and controlled way. Lower impact shots cause the molecules to lock together and spread the force of impact over a wider surface area, giving flexibility for softer, more gentle hits. The racquet is incredibly lightweight and has even been enjoyed by the likes of Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray!

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