By Iris Theresa. Tennis. Published at Tuesday, April 10th, 2018 - 07:32:33 AM.
Extra clothes/shoes (shirt socks jacket flip flops off-court shoes etc.): This goes in the ready for anything category. It's always good to have a spare shirt and extra pair of socks in case that match goes deep into the third set. To keep your muscles warm off-court keep a light jacket in your bag so you're not stuck stepping on the court cold and more susceptible to energy.
Created with the versatile all-court player in mind the new RADICAL series offers the perfect combination of power control and spin for all player types. Thanks to the introduction of the innovative Graphene Touch technology the RADICAL PRO now offers an incredible touch and a solid dampened feel. Recommended by Andy Murray the most aggressive racquet of the series also features a new exciting design and an upside-down logo execution that perfectly represents the silo's versatility. If it is even more power you need then you will love this heavier frame and the fact that this racquet can be equipped with a longer pro-player cap for a very powerful and unique feel.
Lightning fast players like Sascha Zverev and Ana Ivanovic will perform in the new adizero Ubersonic 2. Their dynamic and aggressive style calls for a shoe that doesn’t get in the way of their game but elevates it to new heights. For them – and for all players who waste no time scoring points sprinting cross-court to hit impossible winners - the adizero Ubersonic 2 is the right choice.
Last year the inaugural Laver Cup which pitted Team Europe against Team World generated plenty of buzz. The vast majority of it was positive and the event was deemed an immediate and overwhelming success. Not surprisingly many found it impossible not to compare it to the other team competition in men's tennis the Davis Cup and suffice it to say it was not a favorable comparison where the more historic competition was concerned. Whether or not that was the catalyst for change folks may never know but it was music to the ears when earlier this week International Tennis Federation President David Haggerty announced that the ITF was on the verge of making some much-needed adjustments to Davis Cup.
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