Grip size dilemma

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Tommy Haas, Apr 14, 2004.

  1. Tommy Haas

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  2. Mr. Sparkay

    Mr. Sparkay New User

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    Have your pro shop install a 1/2 size build-up under the grip of your 3/8 grip...
     
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  3. Keroppi

    Keroppi New User

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    Try using babolat sintec replacement grip and the original tourna grip, i think it wont be hard as leather but far better from most soft, extra absorbent replacement grips out there. and in a 4 1/2 size will fit your size requirements. Hope it helps. Andre
     
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  4. Steve Huff

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    Head makes one that feels like hard rubber. I didn't like it because it felt too hard for my tastes, but you might like it.
     
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  5. Tommy Haas

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  6. RMFerris

    RMFerris New User

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    If you want to stay with your 4L grip, the thinnest grip I've found is the Head SofTac: this grip comes in perforated or traction patterns--I prefer the perforated. It's thin right out of the package, but if you want it thinner, just pull it tight when you wrap it.
     
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