It appears to me to be the shape, string pattern, and grommet set of a Vcore Duel G 97.
My guess is he wraps his own grips. With the way he holds the racquet for his backhand, that's probably how he's most comfortable. Iirc, he uses a spaced out grip.Look at that fugly overwrap job. Who grips his frames? Can't you cut off the excess instead of wrapping it up into the throat?
For Tiafoe, Duel G 310 or 330, do you know?Neither, that is his duel G with a VCORE Pro paint job. I was watching that match and on the change over when his put his racquet down you could see the shared holes and it didn’t have the new distinctive Pro shaped throat either.
Herbert has changed from the tour g with duel g paint to the new VCORE Pro frame.
Makes sense, he is meant to 'endorse' the 310g version.Advertised as the 330g but when I had one on the scale a while back it was 312g unstrung with just an overgrip. It was stock balance too.
Ahhh, when he was with technifibre he told me he only had silicone in the handle. I wonder if this was his own tinkering or his team's suggestionIt is a paint job duel G version however he did started to add some lead at 3 & 9 that was different. We did his rackets this summer and that's the only difference I noticed from current setup.
To bad Rancher and some others stubornly keep telling us that only with super heavy swingweight racquets, pros can hit heavy shots. Maybe on AO Tiafoe added some lead but that did not effects his shots much.Advertised as the 330g but when I had one on the scale a while back it was 312g unstrung with just an overgrip. It was stock balance too.
The Tour F was discontinued due to a strike by the USRSA over weaving another cross right?I would love for all Yonex to be 16x19
I have a few 16x20 and it just feels wrong