Looks like a Marin Cilic TGK 231.3 but even more lead?The dude used stiff PD with stiff Poly at stiff tension.
I'm pretty sure this is just a frying pan with Head Speed Pro PJ.
Looks like a Marin Cilic TGK 231.3 but even more lead?
I believe that the TGK 231.3 code corresponds to the Radical Microgel MP mould; the beam on this one looks too thick to be it.
Taking a closer look and comparing it to mine, I do think it's the 339.1 (Graphene 360 Speed Pro). I could be wrong (eyes are not as good as they used to be) but the serial number on the sticker code (on the throat) starts with a J, which is for 2019 production batches (I think). Mine, which is a 2018 production model, starts with an I.
more stability Id say, he seems to have weight opposite to Nole on the headwhat's the benefit of adding lead to 6 and 8?
yep 9-3 oclock increase stability for groundies for big swingers while at 7-5 helps compact strokes specially volley stabilityYep, that’s what it looked like (especially with the small bridge). That would explain the lead around that area, since that’s the Speed's weakest spot.
Does anybody know what strings? Hybrid?
Think this predates the switch to Head, but he was using 4g somewhere around 36kgs. Then he switched to ALU, and at least initially I think he stayed with the same crazy high tension.I've seen it somewhere but can't recall specifics other than it's full poly and at crazy high tension (60+ lbs).
I remember hearing him at 2015 Wimbledon and the pop off the strings was so loud I turned my volume down lol.Think this predates the switch to Head, but he was using 4g somewhere around 36kgs. Then he switched to ALU, and at least initially I think he stayed with the same crazy high tension.
I have no idea what he’s been using since the switch to the head frame.