Jannick Sinner racquet?

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diddyac

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He has a Youtek Graphene Speed MP - though i don't remember the exact details, someone correct me if i'm wrong, but i think there is something that is specially customised for him, not sure if it was the drill pattern or the mould slightly altered, something along those lines

Buddy of mine has a few of them
 
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He has a Youtek Graphene Speed MP - though i don't remember the exact details, someone correct me if i'm wrong, but i think there is something that is specially customised for him, not sure if it was the drill pattern or the mould slightly altered, something along those lines

Buddy of mine has a few of them
Did the Youtek have 6 or 8 holes in the throat? I saw some picture where his has 6
 
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Hmm, can you point me to the top 200 pro (or any pro) that does not?
Shapovalov, Thiem(LOL) Tsitsipas, and maybe Zverev. Their backhands are super janky looking and Tsitsipas arguably imo has the best out of the four.
 

Nostradamus

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Would like to know his specs too. He has very effective power generation and solid backhand
he's one of the skinnest dudes that hit absolutely huge ball. it can't be just timing. his mechanics has to be phenomenal, which amateurs guys can learn from.
 
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if i read such numbers i´m always a little scared reagrding their arm health.
Maybe he uses a softer racquet? Probably needs to counteract it someway, perhaps lifting?
 

esm

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same racket layup you could buy in the store -- GrapheneXT / Touch Speed
Nah really? Are you telling the Wilson boys that this is actually a racquet using by a pro you can buy off the shelf from a retail store? :-D
 

Lavs

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I think he uses a light frame which he is able to accelerate very fast trough the contact zone. He seems to have very relaxed arms.
His technique is top notch, no question. He fully utilizes modern swing path with perfect unit turn. But, what is most amazing that being very skinny lad he is able to produce enormous power in his shots almost from every position. I guess it is due to his just perfect balance and quite strong legs. I really like his playing style and how he behaves on court. I hope another dude from Alps came up :)
Looking forward to seeing him and Felix AA competing on a Tour. Both are extremely talented and very nice to watch.
 
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ron schaap

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His technique is top notch, no question. He fully utilizes modern swing path with perfect unit turn. But, what is most amazing that being very skinny lad he is able to produce enormous power in his shots almost from every position. I guess it is due to his just perfect balance and quite strong legs. I really like his playing style and how he behaves on court. I hope another dude from Alps came up :)
Looking forward to seeing him and Felix AA competing on a Tour. Both are extremely talented and very nice to watch.
Maybe he is the next goat hecause it looks just as simple and effortless as when Fed plays. It depends, he has to stay fit.
 

polksio

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Any insiders with info on his static and balance?
I don't he's playing with crazy high sw judging from his RHS and his muscle mass, mid 330s top maybe
 
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