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The tennis thread

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I still use my Rossignol F200 that I used in the 80s. I tried "upgrading" to newer Yonex, but I just love the feel of the F200. It served Wilander well, and it works for me too
 

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I sort of rotated through a succession of Maxplys (Dunlop), Jack Kramer Pro-Staffs (Wilson) and Stan Smith Specials (Wilson). Also used a Slazenger for a little while - forget the model name...
 

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Hey guys I've reading something about the influence of humidity and high temperatures on the quality of your tennis racquets. Belive me if you dont have a proper tennis bag,
to protect your gear from outside effects, some bad things might happen to it. I found some interesting information about this topic on this website: http://www.tennis-bag.org which is kind of, some blog which is dedicated to the selling of the tennis bags. Also I found there that there are two major technologies which are applied to the WIlson's and Head's
tennis bags, ThermoGUard and MoistureGuard which are protecting your playing equipment from these bad influences.
 
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