Racquet customization article now at TW

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  1. TW Staff

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    New racquet customization article now at TW

    Includes interviews with Nate Ferguson and Ron Yu of Priority 1 whose clients have included Pete Sampras, Lleyton Hewitt, Tim Henman, Mark Philippoussis, and at the 2004 Wimbledon Championships, Roger Federer. To read the article head to
    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/priority1.html


    Chris, TW.
     
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    Re: New racquet customization article now at TW

    Very nice article.

    Most things are known, but it is so nice to have them in the form of an article:)

    Regards, Predrag
     
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    Really enjoyed reading this, thanks!
     
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    cool article, i cnat believe that guys like federer use a string tension of 50 to 55 lbs. my balls would be sailing off the court with that tension. i guess that says something about my mechanics which i used to think were pretty good....:(
     
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  5. D.  Nelson

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    ....EXCELLENT article..... !!!!!! :)
     
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    yeah I was very surprised about the said tension used by Federer. You gotta have some smooth control to be able to hit pro tennis like that. Imagine the amount of energy he saves, not sweating!
     
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    very nice article TW
     
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