November 30, 2001, Newsletter Issue #6: Gifts Any Tennis Lover Will Love!

Tip of the Week

For a quick, easy gift, why not make a gift basket for your favorite tennis lover? The tips below will make your gift hit the spot for sure!

Cans of tennis balls are almost always labeled
"Regular Duty" (for indoor and clay), "Heavy Duty" or
"Extra Duty" (for outdoor hardcourts) or "Grass."
Make sure you get the appropriate type for where you
play.

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It is recommended by the USRSA that widebody frames
use multifilament strings (i.e. "soft" strings) or
gut to compensate for some of the stiff attributes
hence better playability.

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Firm is high-density felt, leather, calfskin, or
cowhide, and itīs the number-one choice of players
who want to feel the ball collide with the racquet.
The trade-off is comfort, which is where the cushioned
grip comes in. Itīs usually made of a spongy foam that
provides relief for your hand, but it makes it tougher
to feel where the ball lands on the racquet face.

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