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Old 08-14-2012, 07:59 PM   #7
loosegroove
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I get wrist pain too sometimes from a previous non-tennis related injury. Best thing to do is rest and let it get better. Then when you start playing again, make sure to stretch your wrists before playing, and taping them up doesn't hurt either. Make sure you're not using too small a grip size and use a nice flexy racket like your Volkl C10 (or in my experience even better the Prince EXO3 Tour) and string it up with some softer string like a good multi. If you're a string breaker, a soft co-poly in the mains and a multi in the crosses at lower tensions should be fine.

Last edited by loosegroove : 08-15-2012 at 07:59 PM.
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