I don't know if it is because of dye, but I tried a couple of different colors of both SuperGrap and the Wilson as well as Tournagrip and a couple of others. In the end, I like white SuperGrap the best, so that's what I use.Believe it or not, the dye actually changes the feel, and in some cases, the durability/longevity of the grip.
I thought people were crazy here when I first heard this, but over time I’ve come to notice, at least with Wilson Pro and SuperGrap, that some colors are different from the white.
Except that Wilson Pro and Supergrap (and Gamma Supreme) feel nothing like Tournagrip. So in that sense, they are the garbage while Tourna is the best.Tourna is garbage. Wilson pro and Yonex Supergrap are better in every way.
Yeah if you're looking for that Tourna feel there isn't anything else like it I think. Wilson pro and yonex super are totally different. I like the tacky feel of Wilson pro. Dont care for the feel of Tourna but to each their own.Except that Wilson Pro and Supergrap (and Gamma Supreme) feel nothing like Tournagrip. So in that sense, they are the garbage while Tourna is the best.
I've been looking for a more durable alternative to Tournagrip and haven't found one yet. But I'm gonna try Yonex Drygrap and Volkl V-Dry.
Now I'm shocked !!! I believe this is "tennis theory" ...since always!Why do all pros seem to use white overgrips (besides tourna)?
wait whut? You mean most people don’t use “WHATAGRIP” for their overgrip? I mean it’s so much better than that gauze grip or that Felty Gamma grip that Mary Joe Fernandez played with her mizunoI'm surprised 4 of you don't use Tourna. What's this world coming to...
I’ve only seen white overgrips or Tourna Grip used on the WTA side.Everytime I watch pro TV I still look to see if any new players would dare using a black or different color grip... still no luck
Just even a set or two... The fact it never happens is what intrigues me.
Sure, but that only addresses one aspect; imo this thread relates more to pigment than physics. Here is a thorough and quite interesting overview on the topic:Why Do We Not List Black and White as Colors in Physics?. Visible light, radio waves, x-rays and other types of radiation are all part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Visible light is electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths ranging from roughly 400 and 700 nanometers. In physics, a color is...education.seattlepi.com