What does the small X stencil stand for

Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by Miami Tiburon, Apr 27, 2010.

  1. Miami Tiburon

    Miami Tiburon Semi-Pro

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    I have seen the small X stencil ussually at the bottom of the stringbed on a few racquets. What company or strings has that logo, or is their another meaning to it. Thanks
     
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  2. SplitStepper

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    Pacific strings
     
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  3. hondas2k

    hondas2k Rookie

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    i was wondering too. but only some HEAD racket players have it.
     
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  4. Miami Tiburon

    Miami Tiburon Semi-Pro

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    Ok, I did see were the Pacific racquets have a big X in the middle of the strings.
     
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  5. NikeUp

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    The X is for Pacific strings. You only see it on Head player's rackets because Head are one of the only companies that allow players to put their string logo on their rackets. Unlike Wilson, for example, who only allow the W.
     
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  6. babolat king

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    ^^^untrue sampras had babolat strings in his racquet and he had the two babolat stripes also.
     
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  7. volleynets

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    double ^^^ Djokovic had the technifibre triangle under his W also in 2007 before he switched to the lux/gut stringjob.
     
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  8. baseline_monster

    baseline_monster Professional

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    countless players have the luxilon logo under every racket make. murray used to have it under the head lego on his i radical.
     
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