2 racquets cracked from slipping.. advice?

Discussion in 'Tennis Tips/Instruction' started by CoconutGT, Sep 14, 2006.

  1. CoconutGT

    CoconutGT Rookie

    Jul 31, 2006
    A friend of mine cracked and broke two of his Wilson nSix-One nCode Tour 90 within 3 months. Both of them slipped from doing overheads. He also change his overgrip regularly. Maybe the grip is too big? This is not really a technical question, but anything would do. Seeing another nCode smashed to the ground by accident is the last thing I want to see :|
  2. MasterTS

    MasterTS Professional

    Dec 29, 2005
    Yep maybe the grip is too big.. I did this before on a serve.. cracked my old LM prestige... sent it to head and they sent mea replacement lol.

    The racquets probably cost them a few bucks to make anyway.. they dont care..
  3. Zets147

    Zets147 Banned

    Apr 7, 2005
    I think it is due to the weather. Sometimes the moisture in the air gets so humid that once you are not able to dry your hand from the sweat, the racquet just slips outta your hand, or the overgrip is bad.
    Another theory is that your friend may love buying new racquets so he "accidentally" broke them.

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