How do you store your racquets in your bag?

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  1. johndagolfer

    johndagolfer Semi-Pro

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    I don't want my racquets to get banged up, but I also don't want the hassel of taking my racquet covers off after taking them out of my bag. I used to put my clothes between my racquets.

    What do you guys do?
     
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  2. vinnier6

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    i have your solution...i feel the same as you and what i do, is place one racquet cover inbetween two racquets inside of my bag...works great, i have 4 sticks in my bag (2 on each side) and use one racquet cover in each compartment to split up the two racquets on either side of my bag...
     
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  3. Ripper

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    Put the raquets you are more unlikely to use in their covers and, then, put those in between the uncovered raquets.
     
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  4. Hoot

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    I just put my towels between the racquets. Not as bulky as the covers.
     
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  5. Freedom

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    My tennis backpack has a nifty little divider.
     
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  6. theace21

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    I just put them in, I don't abuse them - but they scratched up during play, stringing, etc.
     
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  7. snoflewis

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    i put them in my individual cases but don't zip them up (if that makes much of a difference)
     
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  8. Roffey

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    I put them in their individual cases always with the ncode on the outside and with the more firm side of the cover out.
     
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  9. tonysk83

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    I just put them in the bag, I doubt that they get scratched at all if they are just sitting in your bag.
     
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  10. Rob the Tennis Player

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    Same here, my racquets get scratched during play.
     
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  11. snoflewis

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    they do scratch when you carry them around school and stuff. the scratches are more noticeable to some than others.
     
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  12. str33t

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    I just put them in. I dont put anything inbetween. they probably dont get scratched or anything in the bag.
     
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  13. tennis_nerd22

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    mmmm, i just put the racket in the cover in the bag, and then pull it out... the cover doesnt come out... of course, as long as you leave the zip of the cover open :|
     
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  14. tennisadict

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    simple just put it in without anything in between
     
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  15. therogerfan

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    just 3 sticks together on one side
     
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  16. Offshore

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    I do the same. No damage is done until I play:)
     
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  17. tonysk83

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    Probably, my racquets are already scratched to hell.
     
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  18. MatchpointServe

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    Who cares what it looks like? The scratching can't affect your gameplay too badly. I just put them in, also. I take care of my bag, though. Thus, they don't scratch much. :)
     
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