Dolgopolov is the first pro using Wilson Spin Technonology?

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  1. danbrenner

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    Seems to me that Dolgopolov is the fist pro using the Wilson Sping tech on his new blacked out frame which has an 18 x 16 string pattern. cool.
     
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    Dolgo

    No, no, no.
    Is the old Wilson 6.0 hyper pro staff tour 16x18
     
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    count them big guy

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    18 x 16.

    Spin Effect
     
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    He's the first one I've seen playing a match with it. But Dimitrov also tried it around the USO.
     
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    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=464127
    I'm surprised he'd get a Spin Effect string pattern with a string setup that has really high friction. Maybe he really doesn't like gut in the mains/prefers 4G in the mains. Or maybe he doesn't really care. Well, from what I read in TWU, you should get better spin with gut mains and poly cross. Really intriguing to say the least.
     
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    That's the same string pattern as the six one 95S that just came out. The TW reviews loved that racquet, rated very high.
     
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    It feels too much like the Pro Staff 95 with the 16x19 pattern. I wanted to feel a difference. The sweet spot is too small on both these frames.
     
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