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Old 10-16-2013, 04:33 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by RNEast View Post
Thank goodness no one uses sawdust any more. Imagine if tennis manufacturers started selling it the way they do strings. We'd have several "gauges" of sawdust, different wood types, hybrid packets of sawdust...

We'd have threads asking what the best sawdust is for a beginning player, how often should I change my sawdust, how long can I store my sawdust before it goes bad, and which top players are getting new sawdust contracts. We'd probably even see one that said "Player A" has never been the same since he changed from pine to hickory.

Thank goodness science finally went high-tech and invented the towel.
You're right
I can even hear people saying "Federer needs some bigger sawdust" !
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