By Livia Febe. Tennis. Published at Monday, April 09th, 2018 - 06:44:24 AM.
Racquets (2-4): You obviously aren't getting too far in a match without these. However many people DON'T bring back up racquets in case something happens to the first one out of the bag. Your strings could break the racquet could slip out of your hand and crack your grip could get worn and slippery...if any of these things happen you should always have another racquet to pull out of the bag.
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.
With polyester strings continuing to dominate the stringing spotlight it's no surprise that string manufacturers are continuously innovating and releasing new polyester strings designed to provide more spin better tension maintenance and improved feel. French string manufacturer Tecnifibre jumped back into the fray with Black Code 4S a new take on their Black Code poly that features a square profile and is designed to provide maximum spin power and durability all while offering excellent tension maintenance.
Extra dampeners (if you use them): Once again this is for players that use vibration dampeners. If you make off-center contact they can come flying out pretty easily - it happens all the time. And those of you that have had that happen to you you know they can go bouncing off in any which way and you may not be able to find it. It's always good to have a spare one or two in the bag so you don't have to be worried about it if you can't find your lost or broken one.
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