sweet spot

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sweet spot

n.
1. The place on a bat, club, racket, or paddle, where it is most effective to hit a ball.
2. An area or range that is most effective or beneficial: an engine's sweet spot of rpm's for maximum fuel-efficiency; a store's demographic sweet spot of women in their twenties.

sweet spot

n
(Ball Games, other than specified) sport the centre area of a racket, golf club, etc, from which the cleanest shots are made
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