Does anyone know for sure, what version of Pure Drive our new Year End champ uses? It looks really big on TV, is it possible it's the OS? Or even + length?
That's an interesting view that appeared few times... However, the only real point of reference is a person's head vs racquet. People who studied anatomy, or art, know that head size is not directly proportional to person's height. The painters' cannon used to be 7 heads in height for average person, 8 heads for tall person. Now, look at a pic of standing Cibulkova, it might appear as 6 heads, as opposed to Isner, at least 9 heads.Cibulkova is so tiny that PS85 probably looks oversized compared to her.
Pliskova is using the regular 100 with VS/Isospeed previous. Not sure if shes change her cross string recently.I actually think Pliskova's PD is OS because Pliskova is a big/tall girl and her frame still looks massive.
Cibulkova is so tiny that PS85 probably looks oversized compared to her.
It is interesting to know, tho. Because there was a time back in the middle 2000's when the 104-105 square inch rackets were more prevalent in the top tier of the sport.
Any time a Williams' sister played Cibulkova, Jankovic or Bartoli and that happened quite a lot.. that was the size of the hoops.
I think so, too. She did use the Volkl http://www.tennis.com/gear/2011/03/gear-talk-qa-dominika-cibulkova/38726/ Classic MP, may have been the DNX version, which is 102 before Dunlop. I don't know if it was custom/what weight was added.I think Cibulkova is using the 100. She's not just small for a tennis player, she's pretty small in standard terms.
It's a bit like when I watch Karlovic. His racquet looks like a 90 in his hands, which I'm sure it isn't.
Nah, perfect balance. And if you take a closer look at the top section, it becomes obvious that in the ad-pic a certain little detail was photo-chopped, unfortunately(Not, that I don't like Butterflies)