Verdasco´s real racquet?

davidl7

New User
So I cut out the strings on my 320 last night to compare my setup. Low and behold, it was pretty much identical.
My setup
Weight: 329 gram
Balance: 30.8

So I strung it up with Lux Big Banger and put wilson overgrip and the final specs strung comes out to this.
Weight: 349 gram
Balance: 32.1
SW: 346 kg/cm²

To get this setup, you need 5-6grams lead at 3&9. 2-3grams lead 1-2 inches from the butt cap. Lead weight varies,because I noticed that there's 1-3 gram differences from each racquet(which is still better than Wilson K90 Ive owned,3-10grams!).

Thank you Ericsson for the info.
 

lacoster

Professional
Verdasco is the only player I know that has been known to play with every major racquet company except for Wilson.
 

dr325i

G.O.A.T.
His "real racquet" is anything laying around near him. The guy switches racquets more often than most TTW'ers.

Probably has a box of demos coming to him as we speak.
He’s been using the same racket and setup for at least 2 years now, I want to say 3
 

Lefty78

Professional
He’s been using the same racket and setup for at least 2 years now, I want to say 3
Off the top of my head, dude was def swinging a Rad OS for grass court season 2019. So less than 2 years ago. Course we should probably be talking dog years with Verdasco though.
 

dr325i

G.O.A.T.
Off the top of my head, dude was def swinging a Rad OS for grass court season 2019. So less than 2 years ago. Course we should probably be talking dog years with Verdasco though.
I am looking at images from Queens 2019, June 17 vs Medvedev and it is the PT113B

At Wimby 2019 he played with something blacked out, that could be the Rad you mentioned.

Then he went back to the PT346.1
 

hanjulian

New User
Anyone knows what he was using under the Prestige PJ in Australian Open match against Nadal back in 2016?
 

Antónis

Professional
Verdasco is the only player I know that has been known to play with every major racquet company except for Wilson.
He played with Tecnifibre for a long time, and tried a few brands before Head get him something he liked
I believe he plays with the same racquet for a few years now
 
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