Originally Posted by 90's Clay
Thing is if they played in the 90s, that means less access to the racket technology we have today with the lux strings, so there would be quite a bit taken off their serve chances are.
These guys are the equivalent of a Phillopousis or someone.. And he didn't win a slam either.. None of them are any better then he was really. If you want to put them in the 90s you have to put them under the same situations that everyone else had.. That means giving the same racket technology as well
... but Isner isn't using the fancy lux strings that you mentioned. and as for racket technology well, he's using a racket that is 100% graphite, the same exact composite material of Philippoussis prestige's.