Important Overgrip Question.

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  1. ibemadskillzz

    ibemadskillzz Semi-Pro

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    I recently made a switch from Wilson tour overgrip to Tournagrip. How do I know when Tournagrip needs to be replaced, how much does it have to wear off?
     
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  2. Phil

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    It tears, it stretches and eventually, it looks like it's about to fall off on its own. You'll know.
     
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  3. Deuce

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    I know I'm going out on a limb here, but generally with any item ever produced, you know it's time to replace it when you are no longer satisfied with its performance.

    Incredible.
     
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  4. @wright

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    I think I'm going to stop using tournagrip, it feels terrible after the first use.
     
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  5. david aames

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    Tournagrip is the best in match conditions. But you shouldn't expect to get more than a couple of hours of play out of it.

    I switched to Babolat ProTeam for practice. Very durable, great feel and it doesn't torn. Also, they are longer than Tourna XL which is ridiculously short for an XL... Tried Wilson Pro in white, didn't like the feel of it. Got a blister from it.
     
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