By Iris Theresa. Tennis. Published at Wednesday, December 06th, 2017 - 17:36:14 PM.
If you rarely (or never) break strings, just make sure you bring two racquets. If you break strings more often, then 3-4 racquets will do the trick. Ideally, your back up racquets should be as similar as possible to your racquet of choice.
Many will remember the rash of disastrous late and first-round withdrawals that plagued the slams, especially the back-to-back opening-round mid-match retirements that occurred on Wimbledon Centre Court. It certainly did not paint the sport in a great light, particularly when it unfolded at one of the most famous venues in all of sports. Thankfully, the Grand Slam Board has come up with two changes to help greatly reduce the chances of such an ugly scenario happening again.
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.
Extra overgrips (if you use them): For players that like to use overgrips, it's always good to keep a spare one or two in your bag just in case. A dirty or slippery grip can cost you during a key service game, so be sure you can replace it if you need to.
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