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cnowak1
08-02-2007, 08:28 AM
Hi, I play with a Teel 305 and feel like the grip is just too circular for me and is not very comfortable, probably cause I used to play with a tour 90 with the leather grip. My question is how can I make the grip more squarish as that on the tour 90? Would putting a leather grip on do the trick?

aidenous
08-02-2007, 09:25 AM
I'm not familiar with the 305 grip but leather is going to allow you to feel the bevels more.

stav_babolat
08-02-2007, 11:42 AM
get a different racket because my babolat doesnt have a circle grip.

jonline
08-02-2007, 12:00 PM
get a different racket because my babolat doesnt have a circle grip.

The OPer doesn't want a new racquet, he wants a solution for his current racquet. This is why he is posting in "Other Equipment" rather than "Racquets". Some advice: (and this has been pointed out many times on these forums) Stop trying to up your post count by posting meaningless and unhelpful responses. Every post you make should be made with consideration.

As for the original question, the easiest (and most pain-free) method would in-fact be to use a leather grip. Babolat VS leather is supposed to be superior to all other leather grips.

Good luck.

Jonny S&V
08-02-2007, 12:03 PM
The OPer doesn't want a new racquet, he wants a solution for his current racquet. This is why he is posting in "Other Equipment" rather than "Racquets". Some advice: (and this has been pointed out many times on these forums) Stop trying to up your post count by posting meaningless and unhelpful responses. Every post you make should be made with consideration.

As for the original question, the easiest (and most pain-free) method would in-fact be to use a leather grip. Babolat VS leather is supposed to be superior to all other leather grips.

Good luck.

Yes, I second both of your points, especially the post count part. I don't like people who do this, nor do I take it in any way. Babolat VS leather is the best leather grip out there.