Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by TennisACE, Jul 1, 2009.
federer, sampras, a lot of the pure drive guys, hewitt maybe?
Hewitt really uses the RDiS 100 Mid
<what'up today? noob's day? >
I was just thinking about paintjobs and Prince frames. Is it more likely that pros using Prince really use the raquet they endorse? It seems that it would be difficult to get a good paintjob on a raquet with the o ports.
prince users use their rackets. federer really uses the K six 1 that you buy in stores. its been confirmed.
he does not
nope he doesnt
yes most of the prince users do really use a (customized) version of the prince racquet they purport to use
uhm yes it is true if you werent a noob you would know by now. one player here got a racket FROM Federer. Also priority one said it was a retail one hand selected for him for the weight, along with custom handle and buttcap, along with lead tape under the bumper guard.
It has been confirmed many times now that Federer does use the retail [K]90 - there is no need for n00bs to say otherwise.
OP, most pros will use a racket from the same brand as the brand they are sponsored by. A smaller amount use the actual racket that their paintjob belongs on. A lot of the rackets pros use are from the pro-rooms of their respective companies. Some also use older and discontinued frames. There are a few that use the racket they market though with Federer being the most notable example.
again this Q? AAAAA
Nalbandian uses an extended version of the racket available to the public.
yes he does they just slip some lead tape underneath the grommets or something. federers stringer even said so himself.
how did u guys understand that question... there was no subject in the sentence
Yeah, what's up with the question??
i was a bit confused
They are all using what the companies they are sponsored by....
ooops quoted the wrong person
ahahahah i had to recheck the Thread title and when i did i bursted out laughing
but the pros have the weight perfect for them.
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