Gasquet's grip

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  1. jwbarrientos

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    Not sure it was posted before, but I never saw these kind of overgrip use (only half part of it).

    The pic was took in Doha's final

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  2. DownTheLineWith90

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    Gasquet is known to be using a unique grip set up.
    He doesn't necessarily need the upper half because of his one handed backhand.
     
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  3. uk_skippy

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    He uses the full lenght of the grip, just wraps it over the buttcap several times, so there's less to cover the rest of the handle.

    Regards

    Paul
     
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  4. ramos77

    ramos77 Semi-Pro

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    its just tourna grip..
     
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  5. Florico

    Florico New User

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    Corretja's Babolat had a similary grip except leather grip under tourna grip.
     
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  6. Samuka

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    I think he wants to save money :)
     
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  7. Relinquis

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    there is another grip (overgrip?) under the blue tourna overgrip, also only halfway up the grip/handle.
     
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  8. YesTennis

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    Is the gray color exposed the pallet?
     
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  9. SwankPeRFection

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    Yes.......
     
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