This thing looks SWEET!
Yeah, without a doubt. His APD Cortex didn't have a real cortex, he'll still be using his original APD's.Is this the APD GT???....Pretty sure Nadal will just be switching to the pj.
"GT" technology, which stands for Graphite Tungsten. Who knows what improvement that will make, but it will probably be marketed as "95% more FEEL, 82% more CONTROL, and thus, 2000% MORE TALENT."do we no what new and "better" technology will be in it?
My advice is this. If you are going to DEMO lots of rackets, only do it in Same LENGTH rackets. I found out that if you keep going back and forth from 27 inch to 27.5 inches, it will completely mess up your SERVE. I know the length change isn't much but it messes with your toss point or something. :-?A few people here have countless racquets, but most people tend to demo loads and just buy the ones they like, I have a 6 of my main racquet, and a couple of other ones I enjoy using, same with most other people here really.
Honestly, if you can, I'd at least demo a 27.5 racquet, you never know, you may love the added leverage you get on your shots. I've used a couple extended racquets, (never over 27.5, except for a brief VERY BRIEF flirtation with the awful POG LB, I destroyed it after 3 practice sessions), I really liked the extra capability to find advanced angles when hitting big from the backcourt, I could rip passing shots at such extreme angles, My service motion had to be slightly adjusted but I was rewarded with increased pace. \I cant imagine ever wanting to try a 27.5 racquet. I've been playing with 27's since I was like, 11 or so. Dont fix what isn't broken!
I am typically one to laugh at some of the marketing that goes on with tennis racquets but I think the feel and solidity of the GT series has been undeniable. They somehow were able to finally get some feel and solid feel to the imo hollow tinny feeling of the older PD's.do we no what new and "better" technology will be in it?