Has anyone seen the TV commercial for Tournagrip ("Tournagrip, the original light blue overgrip")? They run it on the Match Point show, which airs here on Sports South. The thing is, in the commercial, they show a pair of hands applying a Tournagrip to a racquet handle: - The Tournagrip starts at least a half inch up from the butt of the racquet. A wide strip of the black undergrip is seen. Not right. - The Tournagrip is being applied in the opposite direction to the regular grip, instead of following the same direction. Not really a major error but looks stupid for a commercial. - The Tournagrip is being overlapped quite a bit, so there's no hope that it will be long enough to reach the top of the handle. - The Tournagrip is being applied very loosely instead of being stretched a bit. You can see it's actually sticking up a bit on the finished sections instead of laying flat. Again, it's not going to be long enough to reach the top of the handle like this, and it's too loose to play with. OK, I know Unique is a small player in the tennis world, but if they're going to film a commercial and pay to air it, couldn't they have gotten someone who knows how to apply the product to do the demo in the commercial? This is a weekly show and the same commercial runs every week -- you'd think the owners of Unique must cringe when they see how bad their product looks on the tube. It's laughable.