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Tennis Discussions / Re: The New Generation
« Last post by euroka1 on March 22, 2015, 04:30:42 PM »
Anyone watching the IW final?

Not exactly The New Generation but a better watch than most matches today.
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Tennis Videos / Re: Indian Wells 2015
« Last post by M A E S T R O on March 22, 2015, 03:34:18 PM »
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Other Sports / Re: Other Sports Full Matches , TV Shows and other - Add all here
« Last post by zenicaone on March 22, 2015, 02:28:57 PM »

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Tennis Discussions / Re: The New Generation
« Last post by mtt on March 22, 2015, 12:10:31 PM »
Watching the Fed-Raonic match yesterday, Darren Cahill was talking a lot about the "Big 4", and how they have dominated tennis in the past few years, and how the young guns are about to crash the party...
Thought a bit about it, and IMHO, it's nit the "Big 4", but the "Big 3 1/2" at best...
I wouldn't qualify Murray as a full fledged member of the club yet.
If you look at the H2H's, and titles it becomes quite clear :

Murray is

11-12 vs. Roger
8-16 vs. Novak
5-15 vs. Rafa

Titles:

Murray :  2GS, 9 Masters
Roger  :  17 GS, 23 Masters, 6 year end titles
Novak  :   8 GS, 20 Masters, 4 year end titles
Rafa     :  14 GS, 27 Masters

So, Murray still has a ways to go...
Didn't find Murrays game really impressive the last few months,so I think there is a good chance that one of the up and coming guys bags a GS, or a masters title before Murray bags another one.
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Tennis Videos / Re: Indian Wells 2015
« Last post by Rusty on March 22, 2015, 08:19:05 AM »
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Tennis Videos / Re: Indian Wells 2015
« Last post by explosive on March 22, 2015, 08:11:14 AM »
Any know where I can catch the federer djokovic match?
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Tennis Videos / Re: Indian Wells 2015
« Last post by titi on March 22, 2015, 07:48:37 AM »
Hope someone will have doubles final matches (men and women)
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Tennis Discussions / Re: The New Generation
« Last post by monstertruck on March 22, 2015, 04:42:13 AM »
Roanic has made a mark in my estimation at IW.
He finally beat Nadal and gave Fed a good fight.
 
There was impossible odds to win it all, he would have to beat Nadal, Fed and then Djokovic.
It's understandable why the up and comers have a mountain to climb, the fortress of titles are guarded ferociously by the old guard.
 
All three of them have different games taken to the highest level.
 
Still, Roanic fought hard, showed an improved game and now has plenty of quality video to mull over.
I only saw  minutes of the Fed match before falling asleep. :(
Agreed that it was a good deep run for him that seems to indicate that he continues to improve.
I like the variety of play from the up and coming players.
Now let's see if Raonic can build on this a string together several good tournaments. :fingers crossed:
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Tennis Discussions / Re: The New Generation
« Last post by Swish on March 21, 2015, 10:51:32 PM »
Roanic has made a mark in my estimation at IW.
He finally beat Nadal and gave Fed a good fight.
 
There was impossible odds to win it all, he would have to beat Nadal, Fed and then Djokovic.
It's understandable why the up and comers have a mountain to climb, the fortress of titles are guarded ferociously by the old guard.
 
All three of them have different games taken to the highest level.
 
Still, Roanic fought hard, showed an improved game and now has plenty of quality video to mull over.
 
 
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Tennis Discussions / Re: String brands and recommendations
« Last post by dmastous on March 21, 2015, 08:03:26 PM »
I'm still up here in snow-bound Boston, well about an hour north of Boston anyway. I only visit Southeast Asia once a year.
I played tennis while visiting the Philippines in January. First time on the court in 8 or 9 months. Haven't strung a racquet in a few years (in fact I'm thinking of selling my stringers since I'm not using them). I didn't have a racquet with me so I borrowed my friend's Babolat. It was strung with Babolat Blast 16 gauge string. Not a bad feel. My slice was actually pretty consistent, which hasn't been the case in years. I don't think it was the string, I think it's the frame. My K-Fed is solid with the top spin, but maybe I'm trying to get too much slice on the slice. Anyway, I liked the Blast 16 gauge string that he was using. I think I may look at stringing a racquet up with it and hitting some when it warms up.
You don't have to give up working on your game with a family, you just have to schedule it in. Take what you can get, and enjoy it when you do. The problem with the northeast is the cost of playing. It's mostly indoors here, especially during the winter, and that's expensive. Wish I lived near people who love tennis as much as you do.
As for you initial question, reels, or sets, I'd say sets until you find a string you like, then switch to reels. Reels, can be more difficult as you have to know how much string to reel out. Yes they are cheaper, but only if you don't clip off too much string in preparation to string. So stick with sets until you know what you like then get reels. And try not to clip off too much.

Oh and last time I was up by Boston, I tried yelling Monster but no one responded. Not cool. Do you guys still do the Cincinnati T4U gathering? And where is Dmast now-a-days, is he in the north east or is he in the asia-pacific region?

I ended up doing a lot more research and finally ordering 1 reel, and around 5 individual sets.
1 reel of:
Gosen OG Sheep Micro 17
This is a standard synthetic gut. Lots of good reviews and we plan on primarily using this on the crosses. It was also cheap enough that I don't even mind if I don't end up using all of it in the long term.

Individual sets of the following poly/co-polys that, from reviews, have various playing characteristics.
Babolat RPM Blast 17
Luxilon ALU Power Rough 16L
ISOSPEED Black Fire 17
Head Sonic Pro 17
Volkl Cyclone 17 


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