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How low can you go?

Posted on March 25, 2010 in Miscellaneous Strings

No matter where I looked, what I read or whom I spoke to, I kept hearing talk about very low string tensions. I guess it all started when I interviewed professional stringer and all out racquet guru, Priority One’s Nate Ferguson, in 2007. During the interview, pro player Filippo Volandri came into the stringing room […]

Bravo, Ivan! Bravo!

Posted on March 23, 2010 in Miscellaneous Tournaments

Ljubicic, that is. At 31 years of age Ivan Ljubicic has won his first Masters 1000 title. For almost a decade he has kept his ranking in the top 50 while reaching as high as world #3.  Adored by the players on tour, Ljubicic served as ATP Players Council President and did an impressive job, […]

BNP Paribas Open – March 14

Posted on March 17, 2010 in Miscellaneous Tournaments

Sunday brought yet again, another good day of weather. There were a plethora of fans huddled around one of the practice courts a little while after we arrived. One could only guess it had to be either Rafa or Fed. It was only mid-morning when we caught Rafael Nadal pounding balls from the baseline. For […]

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