Berdych back to Dunlop!

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by kittogi, Apr 26, 2010.

  1. kittogi

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    He's not using a Head bag.
     
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  2. kittogi

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    He's still using a Radical, but his bags are Dunlop.
     
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  3. NolemurraY

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    That's what he's been doing all year...
     
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  4. Hidious

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    Bad thread...
     
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  5. Lefty5

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    Dunlop, Technifiber, and Yonnex need to just merge into 1 company.
     
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    Completely agree with the context portrayed in this post.
     
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  7. rockcholfo

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    what happen with dunlop verdasco is using a incomplete pj, and obviously hes usin a tecnifiber and berdych using a head with bag dunlop and dsvydenky still hit whit his prince?
     
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  8. CzechM8

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    Just to shed some light on the issue of Berdych playing with an unstencilled Head but still carrying a Dunlop bag:

    In a recent interview with a Czech newspaper Berdych said he couldn't stencil his new racquet because he was still under a contract with Dunlop and that formal issues were being resolved.

    As for the reason for the change, he said: "The new racquet is better than the previous one in a number of things. The reason for the change was a problem in the design and manufacturing of the previous racquet. It was no longer the same."

    This reminds me of what Blake complained about - Dunlop not being able to supply him with racquets of the desired specifications any more.
     
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  9. shanked_it

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    indeed, shame on you, dunlop! :???:
     
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  10. christo

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    These frames are all paint jobs anyway, I think most of these sticks are some derivation of the Head Prestige mould
     
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