Federer Tour is an ideal proposition for players starting their tennis adventure and those who are focused on recreational games.
The rocket has a light rame and increased head and sweet spot surfaces.
Thanks to this, attacks with a small attack are extremely effective and the game is satisfying.
Head size – (~ 677 cm2)
Weight (no load)
– 260 [g]
Number of strings-16×19
Frame profile-25.5 [mm]
Stiffness-b / d [RA]
Wilson Pro Overgrip (30 Pack)
- They are not too thick nor too thin and they are quite tacky and the white color is nice so that you know when to change them.
- The 12-pack has individual overgrips so that you could take a couple of small rolls and leave them in your bag.
- With these, it seems like you take them all rolled up into one huge roll and leave it in your bag or peel them off and roll them yourself.
- I just used one and it’s somewhat less convenient as you have to find the end of the one that you’re peeling off and then unstick the start of the next one.
- So the 12-pack is more convenient but you save a little with the 30-pack.
- She plays competitively in a wheelchair, where durability is tested to the max (the racquet handle is rubbed against the hand rim of her tennis chair wheel while pushing to her next shot).
- I have a older Wilson Hammer with no grip and the wrap is thick enough to be comfortable and thin enough to make the racquet fit better in my hand, while ensuring a firm grip with hardly any slippage.
- Some people say you can turn it over and reuse it from the other side.
- The only thing wrong with this product is that it doesn’t have a left parenthesis in its title (see above).
- Seriously, though, great grips and just over a dollar a piece.
- Plus they last longer than other overgrips I have tried.
- Decided to purchase a larger quanity because since my wife and I both use them.
- Comes in a neat little zip-lock pouch but IMPOSSIBLE to peel the cellophane off.
- Just maddening enough to make me want to try another brand.