Yes, he can use another brand's racquet if he is not satisfied with his contract brand's sticks. The racquet must be blacked out completely then, but he does not need to use the logo of his current brand on the strings. This is what changed to the past in such cases.How do these contracts work? I know it’s blacked out, but is he actually allowed to play with a non-Wilson?
"He's heading in the right direction"Agreed, I'm a fan of the Six One 95 as well. And yes, it plays very very different from Gravity Pro. Likes and tastes change though, plus Rublev's seeing good results with his black out Gravity Pro so seems he is heading in the right direction.
I dont understand why the old racquet sponsor would have to keep on sponsoring a player that is not loyal and does obviously not use the racquets of the sponsor anymore.Yes, he can use another brand's racquet if he is not satisfied with his contract brand's sticks. The racquet must be blacked out completely then, but he does not need to use the logo of his current brand on the strings. This is what changed to the past in such cases.
Of course this would be the best, if the old brand is letting him out of the contract without making any problems.
1. because they probably pay him some money on a regular basis.
I think he's been testing the racquets for quite a while already, I'm pretty sure he started before the Federer match. I can't seem to find a post to confirm this, but I vaguely remember someone pointing that out in some thread.
it is 100 inchso it is the gravity 100 18x20?????? asking because tried it out recently and surprised how nice it feels overall
however love a 95 version 16 x 19 for my single bh. Currently using yonex sv95 but less feel than the gravity
Eh, in last blackout pics it kinda looks like a box beam, the bumper guard is right and the yoke/shoulders seems right, too. By the same token I'm definitely not as familiar with the Gravity mold as I am with the PT57 so I trust that I'm wrong hahaIt is easy to tell it does NOT look like the PT57x