Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by Power Game, Jul 18, 2004.
How come he isn't using the ncodes he got right after the French?
why use the nCodes when you won the French with a 6.1? Stick with what works.
He'd obviously just paint them, but maybe he doesn't want to change the paintjob yet.
Awesome. One of very few, or maybe the only one, who doesnt use a pj. Thanks Gaston for not selling out.
Actually Cynnik, I bet he uses the 6.1 classic, so it is a paint job sadly. But I could be wrong, it might be a hyper all though I think it isn't
Why does everyone care so much about what paintjob pros have? Why does it matter what colors are on the racket? It doesn't even matter that much what racket they are using, especially what it looks like. I just don't understand why everyone gets so upset at the fact that some pros have paintjobs...SO WHAT?
Look some people are interested in it whilst some are not, just like some people enjoy fishing or chess or collecting stamps, whereas others don't! How they differ though is that people who don't like those things don't bother the people that do, and ask for reasons why they like something, which in their opinion is pointless!
If you find it tedious and pointless then don't visit this particular forum, BUT why bother us???
I don't care much for paintjobs or what pros are using. Just found it interesting that after winning the french there was a picture of Gaston with a bunch of new ncodes. Just wondering if he wasn't going to use them why take them in the first place.
Ya tennisdog, if you aren't interested, then don't bother. You have the choice not to enter, why irritate yourself by coming in here if you have the choice to not open this topic....
I didn't realize this thread was going to be yet another about paintjobs. I thought there might actually be something worth reading here...
Doesn't Gaudio use the HPS 6.1 Stretch?
Think about Sampras, No. 1 6yrs. in the world. Do you think he used a paintjob? I did not think so. I guess Gaudio might do the same thing.
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