Perhaps it could be it's own tab for just those players where that's all we have; I know it's many people here are always curious about those two things. Also we know he plays with some form of the SV95.
Like what @CiscoPC600 said, thanks for the work in organising collecting all these info in one place.Some updates:
1. I've created a new spreadsheet for the pros' strings and racquet models only. It can be found by scrolling to the bottom of the racquet specs spreadsheet or here's a link.
The idea is keeping a list of players here for as long as we don't have further information about their racquet setups. It can also be used for more detailed string changes over the years while overall weight, balance, and swingweight setups do not change.
However, maintaining such a list would be difficult as a one man job as the pros change and update strings and tension more often than they do racquet specs. I would be willing to let other people edit and update this sheet alongside me as long as they follow the set patterns. You can private message me or post here if you have interest in being able to contribute.
2. I've added a formal area to submit corrections. The original post now has a link.
3. I've added a page detailing all of the major customization services (WIP). This link is also available from the "about" tab of the spreadsheet.
4. Finally, I've created a Discord chat for relevant discussion on customization.
I'm not sure "Pro to his spec" really means he's using a retail model with a little lead. If it's not a retail model Gravity is is really a Gravity.In the comments of this youtube video, Michelle from TW roasts Mike Cranston, "Actually, I hate to break it to you, but you're wrong this time. Zverev helped develop this racquet and is using the Pro to his spec. Not a paint job. Sure, other pros endorse other lines, but Zverev is using Gravity. Just so you have it right for next time Michelle, TW"
Good point. If it is just the lightest of the production model hairpins that then have his custom grip attached, and a little lead/silicone to come up to his specs, it's a Gravity. If it's the same layup but very light and has lots of weight added, that would be a Gravity Pro Stock. If it is a different layup available only to select pros, then it is not a Gravity. I believe Michelle, so I think it is the first option.I'm not sure "Pro to his spec" really means he's using a retail model with a little lead. If it's not a retail model Gravity is is really a Gravity.
I’m not familiar enough with speed grommets but you will also find it appears to be unique at the lowest part of the beam.I was checking the pictures yesterday with a friend and we confirmed that Alexander Zeverev is using a gravity. Check the grommet at 6 o'clock and you will see its clearly the same design as retail gravity instead of IG speed mp he was using
Thank you for the photos. It further confirms that it is not a H22
Lead underneath the handle is only a single layer deep as not to disturb the shape of the bevels of the handle too much.How many layers of lead tape does Murray have at the top of the handle?