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Federerkblade 10-09-2012 05:32 AM

monaco just asked to restring at 60lbs v verdasco
 
Monaco...Yonex VCore 98...LXN Original 51/51 lbs

The above is taken from the Rome stringing log so interesting he just asked the ball boy at shangai to go restring at 60lbs

The Meat 10-09-2012 05:46 AM

He's been changing it every couple of years, I think it was around 2007 it was strung with Alu Power or something around 54 lbs. Then at another tournament he switched to like 56 lbs. Not too surprised that he moved up the tension at Shanghai because of the hard court season, but I'm wondering why he didn't go up at the U.S Open or earlier.

0d1n 10-09-2012 05:49 AM

Different opponent, different temperature, and most importantly...different surface.

uk_skippy 10-09-2012 09:46 AM

At Wimbledon he was stringing at around 42-44lbs with Luxilon Original, or a hybrid on Original & ALU Power.

Regards

Paul

jorel 10-09-2012 10:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by uk_skippy (Post 6944239)
At Wimbledon he was stringing at around 42-44lbs with Luxilon Original, or a hybrid on Original & ALU Power.

Regards

Paul

tis hot in china...tis cold in Wimby
surface prob impacts his tension too

uk_skippy 10-09-2012 10:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by uk_skippy (Post 6944239)
At Wimbledon he was stringing at around 42-44lbs with Luxilon Original, or a hybrid on Original & ALU Power.

Regards

Paul

Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel (Post 6944272)
tis hot in china...tis cold in Wimby
surface prob impacts his tension too

Mmm,but strange there's a difference of about 16lbs. That's a big difference even considering differing climates.

jorel 10-09-2012 10:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by uk_skippy (Post 6944316)
Mmm,but strange there's a difference of about 16lbs. That's a big difference even considering differing climates.

shanghai can get hot and humid


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