By Iris Theresa. Tennis. Published at Sunday, February 04th, 2018 - 19:19:27 PM.
Do sponsors support their charge’s behaving in such a manner? Do they appreciate having their products smashed just to advertise (and how is it more of an advert anyway?)? Do they condone such an example to the rest of the world that could potentially get further into the sport and what of the tennis federations and associations that could stamp this behavior out and do very little? Of course it’s necessary to express oneself in the simmering experience of top-level tennis but violent conduct needs to be curtailed before it gets out of hand. Tennis is evolving rule changes are being brought in the subject of equal pay has been addressed and there is a fierce new generation of talent. But now is the time to make sure tennis doesn’t become just another modern spectacle that surrenders its very essence in order to entertain. It can and always has entertained but it doesn’t need to dumb down or reduce what makes it so unique what makes it such a fascinating and compelling sport both from a mental and physical viewpoint.
Extra string: It happens. Strings break sometimes quicker than you might think. It's always good to keep an extra set or two (or maybe even a reel) of your favorite string that you can take to a local stringer to get your racquet re-strung when you're in a pinch.
Installing Black Code 4S was actually a lot less trouble than expected. Typically geometric or textured polys can be a bear for the fingers but 4S wasn't terribly onerous even though the edges were definitely noticeable. Coil memory seemed typical for a polyester but with a little care tangles and kinks were easily avoided. As with most geometric or textured polys installing crosses comes with some risk of damage due to the sharp edges. I didn't have any issues but I'd still encourage other stringers to take their time installing crosses—especially if they're blending Black Code 4S with another softer string.
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