Same set up at Grigs. NG mains and 4G crosses but different tensions of course.You can see the Kei's string order in London at http://news.tennis365.net/news/today/201611/112261.html.
His hybrid was Poly(4G) main Natural cross.But now he changed to Natural main.
I've seen pictures of his racquet with the stringing label stating "49/51 lbs" when he used poly/gut.was his tension always in the 40s? I thought it used to be mid-high 50s...i could be completely wrong though
Better feel, more power, more spin. (At least, in a midsize.) Also, less string adjusting (which says something given that there was already little need for it to begin with).
It will be 5/1/1. The 1's look like 7's as that is how the french write them (since TF is a French company and at least one of those stringers is French.What I want to know, was if that order said 5/7/7 or 5/1/1. I can't imagine he brought 19 rackets with him. It must've been 5/1/1 on the order right? 5 rackets standard tension, 1 high, 1 low.
no I'm saying that having gut in the mains is a bette ruse for gut than gut in the crosses since you don't get the majority of the feel from the gut and therefore is a waste if money since you could just as well be using a multi.Because it's 4G in the crosses and gut in the mains
you need gut in crosses to get the Power and poly in the main to get the Spin......................Duhhhhhhhhhhhhhno I'm saying that having gut in the mains is a bette ruse for gut than gut in the crosses since you don't get the majority of the feel from the gut and therefore is a waste if money since you could just as well be using a multi.
surprised he's going that low wow...He's definitely been dropping tension more and more as time goes on. I remember he used to be 53/51 X/C a couple years back. guess he wants a bit more pop against the harder hitters.Nice to see some Pros going lower in tension.
I'm french and I don't write my sevens that way.The 1's look like 7's as that is how the french write them
Now that the pros are starting to go lower with poly, hopefully average joes will catch on and sportshops won't look at me with the same disdain when I say I want 37# in the mains.I've seen pictures of his racquet with the stringing label stating "49/51 lbs" when he used poly/gut.
Also, interestingly, the article quotes the stringer as saying most of the players were requesting tensions in the 40's, and even players who string at higher tensions like Goffin are only stringing it in the low 50's. And apparently the Bryan Bros strung the poly in their hybrid set up at about 40 or 38 lbs.