Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by DavidGarcia, Mar 29, 2010.
That is what Dunlop says on their facebook.
It is likely to be Verdasco.
What do you guys think?
It IS Verdasco. Drakulie was correct.
Could be Blake - he's not been happy since he left Dunlop. Read that interview with him on here where he says he only has 3 rackets left!
They said important sponsorship news.
haha, yeah true
i hope blake goes back with dunlop and verdasco returns to TF
I thought I read somewhere that TF was possibly going to stop making racquets.
Yep. Somebody read it somewhere and told it elsewhere, where another one read it just before telling in another place that he read somewhere that... In the end, no one knows where this rumour originated.
Not long til we find out now - their facebook says 2pm uk time
What time is it in the UK now?
It could be a Davy update IMO
An hour and 15 minutes to go.
It should be announced NOW....
Wow! I'm so surprised! Its going to be a great year for Dunlop!
I got $50 on him using a PJ of his Tecnifibre after "testing Dunlop's new technology." This is horse crap. It has nothing to do with racquets, everything to do with money.
It was quite obvious from the start. We haven't even seen him touch a Dunlop like he did with the Yonex. Because Dunlop are prepared to PJ his current TF and Yonex were not.
How can you make a Yonex look like any other racquet?
Dunlop having quite a year, if the Berd renews they will have 3 Top 20 players! Heck, if Almagro does well 4...
Berdych is with Head now.
Nope, he's using one but no contract.
Yeap but I am curious to see how Dunlop will do it. No mould, no PJ....
He'll sign with them I'm pretty sure. He's already getting pjed frames...
Jurgen Melzer too! # 28 in the world.
So it's finally official. He signed on monday apparently. So the rumour i heard about a month ago was true....
I wonder what Davy will be using
verdasco's TF would be easy to pass off as a 2hundred frame of some sort with a pj.
Has it been announced already that Verdasco has signed??
I'm not sure. Personally, pro athletes have nothing to do with my choice of a racquet.
I've always wondered if these endorsements actually translated into bumper sales per se.
Anyone who's serious about tennis will buy a racquet that suits their game and not their idol.
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