I used to use a 4 3/8 grip size but one day bought a racket with 4 1/2 because it was only one I could find. I took off the replacement grip and put on two overgrips instead to get it to the usual size I'm used to.
After a while, I found I preferred the feel of it.
I actually prefer watching him play more on the Seniors with McEnroe and the other former greats rather than with the current nobodies.
I do agree it would be nice to watch Pete on the grass again, though.
^ Agreed here. Federer's has more than a mental block against Nadal, who's clearly an improved player to last year.
In my eyes, Nadal is now #1, and it's more due to him taking it rather than Federer declining to #2.
Pure Storm Tour for me as well. Considering I liked the original Pure Storm and Pure Control. I guess I'm just over the Babolat thing. I really dislike their Woofer tech now.
Yonex RDX500 - It was the 2nd Yonex I'd tried. I'd used the SRD Tour for a long time and nothing they've had since then...
Yeah, I find my MG Prestige Mid is really easy to swing, with plenty of control. I also agree the K90 is more solid and stable, and the open string pattern generates spin more easily.
K90 plays well if you prep early and use its weight effectively.
I find it's got a fair bit of spin. Mine's fairly leaded up @ 362g and I strung with a cyberflash in the crosses and klip excel in the mains. I find this setup of lead and strings gives me plenty of power and spin, especially with serves.
Have you tried a Prestige MP? I find the Head frames...
Federer (and everyone else's) problem when it comes to RG is that Nadal is a beast on clay.
Nobody can win 3 out 5 sets against him when he's playing like that.
Especially with the conditions this year, humid conditions and a heavy ball, which makes it easy (relatively) for Nadal to whip it all...