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March 23, 2016
The IART is considering some significant and exciting updates to the IART website, so, we need your help and input to maximize the benefit to you, the current IART members. To make these updates and to continue to offer this great resource requires time and money so here is where you come in! IART has [see more]
April 19, 2016
Eric Ferrazzi of Ereca France has been in Florida for several days but not just for the sunshine! Eric is spending a lot of time working on diagnostic equipment designs. I have dozens of racquets that can be tested, re-tested, cut, and everything in between so a good sampling of data can be taken on [see more]
April 17, 2016
It is not often one of these shows up for work,especially in this super condition! I am not going into a lot of detail but it is interesting to see the specs for this racquet and be able to compare them to the current version.
April 17, 2016
Unlike the Wilson Ultra 103S this racquet uses the standard ProStaff cross section that will appeal to those looking for a new performance racquet with out the “new” configuration or graphics. Not only is this racquet a contraian in terms of graphics it holds on to the well known 16 x 19 string pattern. The [see more]
April 17, 2016
This racquet, the Wilson Ultra 103S, offers the “traditionalist” the classic ProStaff cross section geometry but incorporates the “S” (Explosive Spin!) spin friendly open string pattern. Sort of like a Chevy Nova with 6.2 litre ZO6 power plant! You have to look really closley to see why you are loosing to it! A close look [see more]
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- Coric And Kyrgios Set #NextGen Clash April 28, 2016#NextGen stars Borna Coric and Nick Kyrgios will clash at the Millennium Estoril Open after both won their second-round matches on Wednesday. Coric, the sixth seed, took out Rogerio Dutra Silva 6-3, 4-6, 6-1, while the second-seeded Kyrgios overcame Inigo Cervantes 7-6(4), 7-5. “It will be an enjoyable match for sure,” said Coric of the […]
- Del Potro Delights In Munich, Dimitrov Enjoys Bosphorus Boat Ride April 27, 2016Follow all the latest off-court action on MyATP! Download the app for iPhone or Android or visit MyATP.com. BMW Open by FWU AG – Munich, Germany The player party was a jam-packed affair with Dominic Thiem, Gael Monfils, David Goffin, Fabio Fognini, Thomaz Bellucci, Lukas Rosol, Ivan Dodig, Malek Jaziri, Dustin Brown, Alexander Peya, Neal Skupski, Ken Skupski and many more stars […]
- Navratilova: Singapore The Fifth MajorAt the official ticket launch for this year's tournament, Martina Navratilova discussed why she thinks the WTA Finals is such a unique and special event on the tennis calendar.
- CNN Open Court: That BackhandCarla Suárez Navarro among the game's most elegant players, but recently she has proven there is substance to go with this style. CNN Open Court caught up with the Spaniard ahead of her home event.
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