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‘Tennis Night’ to Feature Youth Registration, WTA Showdown

The USTA is planning its first-ever National Youth Registration Night for Monday, March 2, which will be billed as “Tennis Night in America” and will culminate in the “BNP Paribas Showdown for the Billie Jean King Cup,” a one-night single-elimination event that will bring together four of the world’s best women players. The pro event will be at Madison Square Garden in New York and televised live on HBO starting at 7:30 p.m.

The USTA says Tennis Night in America will be among the largest grassroots initiatives the sport has ever seen. On that night, kids and teenagers across the country can begin signing up for spring and summer USTA league play.

Also, in conjunction with the BNP Paribas Showdown, the USTA will kick off its search for “America’s Best Tennis Town,” which will include a nationwide search for the most passionate tennis town in the U.S. The announcement of the winner will be made at the 2009 US Open in August.

The four pros vying for the BJK Cup will be 2008 Grand Slam Champions Serena Williams, Venus Williams and Ana Ivanovic, and World No. 1 Jelena Jankovic. Each participant will compete in a one-set, no-ad scoring semifinal, with the winners advancing to a best-of-three-set final (regular scoring) for the Billie Jean King Cup.

“Our core mission is to grow the sport of tennis throughout the United States,” says USTA Executive Director and COO Gordon Smith. “An exciting event such as this, featuring four of the most dynamic players in the game in one of the most revered venues in the world, is a wonderful opportunity to not only galvanize our fans, but to attract so many more to this great sport.”

Tickets for the pro “showdown” range from $50 to $1,000 and can be purchased online at or at Ticketmaster. The $1.2 million event is produced by StarGames in association with Madison Square Garden and will benefit the Dream Vaccines Foundation and Women’s Sports Foundation.

Kantarian to Leave USTA

Arlen Kantarian, CEO of Professional Tennis for the USTA, is stepping down at the end of 2008, after spearheading nine years of record growth for the USTA and the US Open. The former NFL and Radio City executive joined the USTA in March 2000 in the newly created position of Chief Executive, Professional Tennis.

Under his leadership, the US Open became the highest attended annual sporting event in the work, with revenue increasing more than 80 percent and attendance setting records every year. In addition, he developed and launched the Olympus US Open Series, which links 10 summer North American tournaments in a lead-up to the US Open.

While there’s no denying his impact on the professional game in the U.S., it was widely known that Kantarian’s contract, unless renewed by the USTA, was set to expire at the end of 2008. Kantarian announced he was leaving the USTA in a statement at the end of October.

Kantarian has brought several other innovations to the sport, including the introduction of instant replay with player challenges, the prime-time US Open Finals, live entertainment, and the transformation from green to blue courts — now being embraced by schools and parks across the country. Under Kantarian’s leadership, the USTA secured new television deals with CBS, ESPN, and Tennis Channel which will provide an unprecedented 400 hours of live television coverage in the U.S. next summer.

PTR International Symposium Set for February

The PTR will hold its annual International Tennis Symposium & $25,000 Championships from Feb. 14 to 20 at PTR Headquarters on Hilton Head Island, S.C. The Symposium attracts nearly 1,000 tennis teachers and coaches from more than 50 countries.

More than 50 presenters will conduct classroom and on-court presentations, including Leo Alonso, Mike Barrell, Bob Bigelow, Doug Cash, Lisa Duncan, Pat Etcheberry, Dick Gould, Laury Hammel, Don Henson, Whitney Kraft, Dr. Jim Loehr, Anne Pankhurst and Lenny Scheuermann. Topics will range from tennis business to tactics to injury prevention and treatments. There also will be a special high school coaches’ series held over President’s Weekend.

The Symposium also offers a Tennis Trade Show where 45-plus organizations and companies, such as, Gamma, Head/Penn and Playmate, exhibit their new product lines, latest technologies and services. For information and registration, visit

Lucy Garvin to be Next USTA President

Lucy Garvin of Greenville, S.C., will be the next USTA chairman of the board and president, serving a two-year term beginning Jan. 1. Garvin, who completes a two-year term as first vice president, is a longtime volunteer who has dedicated more than 30 years to growing the sport of tennis in local communities around the country.

In addition, the USTA Nominating Committee announced the following slate for USTA Officers for 2009-10: Jonathan Vegosen (Midwest Section) as first vice president; Joseph A. Grover (Mid-Atlantic Section) as vice president; David A. Haggerty (Middle States Section) as vice president; and Donald L. Tisdel (Pacific Northwest Section) as secretary-treasurer.

Nominated for director-at-large positions on the USTA Board are: Karin J. Buchholz (Eastern Section), Steven K. Champlin (Northern Section), Hon. David N. Dinkins (Eastern Section), Walter E. Massey (Midwest Section), Pamela J. Sloan (Northern California Section), Carol J. Welder (Texas Section), Katrina M. Adams (Eastern Section), Patrick J. Galbraith (Pacific Northwest) and Tommy Ho (Texas Section).

Racquet Network Expands into U.S.

Racquet Network (, a social network for adult racquet sports players and instructors, is now accepting members from the U.S. and Australia. “Five years ago we started out as a network of two Canadian squash players,” says founder Brent Johner. “Now we include all major racquet sports and we have members on four continents.”

The recent downturn in the American economy has created ideal conditions for Racquet Network’s expansion into the U.S., says Johner. “When consumers face economic difficulties, extras like club and gym memberships are the first things to go. Racquet Network allows people in these circumstances to continue playing racquet sports until they can get back on their feet and go home to their clubs.”

Racquet Network also helps instructors, clubs and leagues weather tough economic times, says Johner. “We have a proven track record in the racquet sports industry. We can help fill holes in leagues and top up lessons and programs. Working within our network can help clubs and instructors stay in business long enough to see the good times return.” For more information, email or visit the website.

GSS Symposium Draws Stringers from 7 Countries

The 2008 Grand Slam Stringers Symposium presented by the USRSA was held in Orlando in October, tripling attendance from the inaugural event last year and drawing stringers from the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Great Britain, France and Spain.

“Feedback has been extremely positive,” says symposium organizer Tim Strawn. “Vendor participation in the trade show was phenomenal. Many symposium attendees have already commented that they plan to return next year.” The 2008 event was held at Disney World in Orlando, Fla., and Strawn hopes to return in 2009.

Seminar leaders included Dave Bone, Mark Gonzales, John Gugel, Ron Rocchi, Richard Parnell, Bob Patterson, Brian Laumeyer, Jeff Davies, John Elliot, and Strawn.

Visit for information.

USPTA Offers Online ‘Practice Planner’ Tool

The USPTA is now offering an online Practice Planner tool to assist members in building individualized practice and lesson plans. Users can take advantage of several predesigned plans or start their own plans from scratch.

The planner has two user modes: Wizard and Expert. Wizard, which is recommended for new users, includes a step-by-step, one-question-per-page process in which you are asked to answer questions and select drills to build your practice plan. The Expert mode lets you build your practice plan quickly with a series of selection boxes for length of practice, type of activity, drill category, drill type, length of time per activity and more.

USPTA members can go to or go to Teaching tools in the USPTA members-only Career Center at Members can register for free with their last name and member number.

QuickStart Tennis Tips Offered Online

PlaySportsTV, an online youth sports resource for kids, parents and coaches, has developed a series of web-based instructional videos for the QuickStart Tennis format for bringing tennis to children aged 10 and under.

PlaySportsTV specializes in developing original instructional and coaching videos. The aim is to bring tennis down to size for kids, parents, and youth coaches, through the production and distribution of over 35 short-form videos that offer an introduction to QST, the equipment, coaching advice, drills, and game tips.

PlaySportsTV teamed up with top tennis coaches Anne Davis and Kirk Anderson of the USTA to create the “How to Play QuickStart Tennis” video library. The complete series of videos can be viewed free of charge at

USTA, ITA Announce Campus Coach Winners

Washington State University women’s tennis coach Lisa Hart has been named the national winner of the USTA/ITA Community Outreach Award and Bill Macom, the director of tennis, men’s and women’s tennis coach at Florida Institute of Technology is the national winner of the USTA/ITA Campus Recreation Award. Both coaches were honored by the ITA and the USTA in December at the ITA Coaches Convention in Naples, Fla.

This year’s national winners were selected from a group of USTA Sectional winners determined this fall (and listed below). The Community Outreach Award honors ITA coaches for contributions in developing community-based tennis programs. The Campus Recreation Award honors coaches who have done an outstanding job implementing recreational tennis programs on campus. The awards program, which began in 2003, was open to more than 2,000 ITA head and assistant coaches at the NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA and Junior/Community College levels.

USTA/ITA Community Outreach Award — Sectional Winners

USTA/ITA Campus Recreation Award — Sectional Winners

USTA National League Champions Named

The USTA recently held national championships for USTA League Tennis in Indian Wells, Calif.; Tucson, Ariz.; and Las Vegas. Winning national titles for 2008 are teams from the following cities (USTA section in parentheses):

5.0 Adult Women: Sacramento, Calif. (Northern California)

5.0 Adult Men: Sacramento, Calif. (Northern California)

4.5 Adult Women: Ann Arbor, Mich. (Midwest)

4.5 Adult Men: Baton Rouge, La. (Southern)

4.0 Adult Women: Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Florida)

4.0 Adult Men: Seattle, Wash. (Pacific Northwest)

3.5 Adult Women: Sunnyvale, Calif. (Northern California)

3.5 Adult Men: Guaynabo, Puerto Rico (Caribbean)

3.0 Adult Women: Seattle, Wash. (Pacific Northwest)

3.0 Adult Men: Columbia, Md. (Mid-Atlantic)

2.5 Adult Women: Haverhill, Mass. (New England)

2.5 Adult Men: Salt Lake City, Utah (Intermountain)

4.5 Senior Women: Long Beach, Calif. (Southern California)

4.5 Senior Men: Shreveport, La. (Southern)

4.0 Senior Women: Clearwater, Fla. (Florida)

4.0 Senior Men: Lancaster/Manheim, Pa. (Middle States)

3.5 Senior Women: Nashville, Tenn. (Southern)

3.5 Senior Men: Roswell, Ga. (Southern)

3.0 Senior Women: Baltimore, Md. (Mid-Atlantic)

3.0 Senior Men: Roswell, Ga. (Southern)

PBI Presents Awards at Annual Meeting

Peter Burwash International (PBI) recently held its annual meeting at the Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt in Tirol, Austria. The yearly meeting brings 90 PBI pros together from around the globe for craft sharing and continuing education, with more than 10 hours of seminars and conferences daily. Topics focus on both personal and professional development, ranging from coaching tour players and innovative teaching techniques to communication and program marketing.

Senior PBI professionals conducted “PBI University” seminars covering a variety of key areas, including: Putting Your Tennis Program on the Map, Creating Repeat Business, Hosting Events with Pro Players, Improving Member/Guest Service, Technology and the Tennis Coach, Coaching Teams, Organizing a Tennis Carnival, and more.

Guest speakers from the tennis and hospitality industries included John Embree, president of Prince Americas. In addition, the following awards were presented:

RSI Award Winner To Host Fed Cup

The USTA has chosen the Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex in Surprise, Ariz. — RSI’s 2008 Municipal Facility of the Year award winner — as the site for the 2009 Fed Cup by BNP Paribas quarterfinal between the U.S. and Argentina, Feb. 7-8.

The complex, which will be hosting a Fed Cup event for the first time, currently hosts an annual USTA Pro Circuit women’s event. It also received the 2008 USTA Outstanding Facility Award. The USTA will construct a temporary stadium at the complex for the two-day, best-of-five-match quarterfinal.

“We are thrilled to choose a community that loves tennis,” says Mary Joe Fernandez, who will make her debut as the U.S. Fed Cup captain. “We are eager to start the 2009 Fed Cup campaign in front of an enthusiastic and patriotic crowd.” The U.S. has met Argentina three times in Fed Cup play, leading the series 2-1. The U.S. is 33-3 in home Fed Cup ties.

Collegians Represent U.S. in France

The USTA and Intercollegiate Tennis Association selected six top American collegians to represent the U.S. in the International University Challenge of Tennis sponsored by BNP Paribas. The event, in its third year, features eight teams composed of college and university players from around the world and was played in early December in Poitiers, France.

The seven nations competing with the U.S., which is competing for the first time, include Belgium, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Montenegro, Russia and Switzerland. Teams will compete in a best-of-seven format consisting of two men’s and two women’s singles matches, one men’s and one women’s doubles match, and one mixed-doubles match.

Representing the U.S. were: John Kauss, Gustavus Adolphus College; Nate Schnugg, University of Georgia; Michael Venus, Louisiana State University; Amanda Fink, University of Southern California; Jennifer Kung, University of Chicago; and Kelcy McKenna, Arizona State. The team was coached by Michelle Dasso, head women’s tennis coach at the University of Illinois, and Paul Settles, head coach of the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges men’s team.

The U.S. team was selected using the following criteria: Top male and female American finishers at the 2008 ITA All-American Championships, top male and female American finishers at the 2008 ITA Small College Championships, and top male and female Americans ranked in the 2008 ITA Preseason Division I Rankings.

Rob Grow Joins Prince as Director for USA Apparel

Prince Sports has hired Robert Grow as its director for USA apparel. Grow most recently was at Athco Inc., which was the North American apparel licensee for Wilson Sporting goods.

At Prince, Grow will manage all U.S. apparel sales and marketing initiatives, collaborating with Jane Gao, global business manager of apparel, bag and accessories, on product development and sourcing. He will report to John Embree, president of Prince Americas, and will be responsible for building upon the relaunch of Prince’s apparel business last year with the introduction of Aerotech.

“The introduction of Aerotech last year was the first step in establishing Prince as a major player in the category,” says Grow. “I look forward to building upon that success and using it as a stepping-stone to introduce some truly innovative product.”

Grow was a ranked junior player, played on the satellite circuit for two years before attending Florida State University, and served as director of tennis operations at the Boca Grande Club in Florida throughout the 1990s. He will be based at Prince headquarters in Bordentown, N.J.

Squash Star Uses New Ashaway Shoe

Ashaway has come out with the new AMPS 301 squash shoe, which quickly became the favorite for squash star Natalie Grainger, who is currently ranked No. 1 in the U.S. and No. 4 on the women’s international tour. Grainger helped evaluate the new line of Ashaway squash shoes introduced in 2008.

The AMPS 301 is designed for both serious and recreational players. AMPS stands for Anatomic Multi-Performance System, and the shoes are anatomically molded to the shape of the human foot, says the company. The shoe supports the whole foot, not just the ball and heel, increasing comfort and stability and reducing foot fatigue. Visit or call 800-556-7260 for more information.

The Tennis Market

Tennis Racquet Performance

Specialty Stores, January-September, 2008 vs. 2007

Units 2008 630,628
2007 634,317
% Change vs. ‘07 1%
Dollars 2008 $87,814,000
2007 $87,842,000
% Change vs. ‘07 0%
Price 2008 $139
2007 $138
% Change vs. ‘07 1%

Top-Selling Racquets at Specialty Stores

By year-to-date dollars, January-September 2008

(average selling price)


  1. Babolat Aeropro Drive Cortex MP, $173
  2. Babolat Pure Drive Cortex MP, $170
  3. Wilson K Blade MP, $174
  4. Prince O3 Speedport Black MP, $187
  5. Wilson K SixOne 95 MS (16 x 18), $175

“Hot New Racquets”

(Introduced in the past 12 months)

  1. Wilson K Blade MP, $174
  2. Wilson K Blade Tour MS, $183
  3. Prince O3 Speedport White MP, $186
  4. Wilson K Pro Open MP, $168
  5. Wilson K Tour MS, $170

Top-Selling Tennis Shoes at Specialty Stores

By year-to-date dollars, January-September 2008

(average selling price)

  1. Adidas Barricade V, $102
  2. Nike Air Breathe Free 2, $97
  3. Adidas Barricade II, $84
  4. Nike Air Breathe Cage II, $98
  5. Nike Air Breathe Cage, $90

Top-Selling Tennis Strings at Specialty Stores

By year-to-date dollars, January-September 2008

  1. Prince Synthetic Gut Duraflex
  2. Wilson NXT
  3. Wilson Sensation
  4. Prince Lightning XX
  5. Luxilon Alu Power

Member classifieds

For Sale: Tennis/Swim Club for Sale in North Carolina. Profitable, excellent location, established membership,

For Sale: 1986 Babolat Star 3 Stringing Machine Perfect working order! New tension dial, potentiometer and circuit board. Impeccably maintained! $1500 plus shipping (FL) contact:

Congratulations To the Following For Achieving MRT & CS Status

New MRTs

Clint Laukhuf, Lewisville, TX

Francisco E.P. Bruni, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL

Dimas Mendez, Ponce, PUERTO RICO

Andrea Oliveira do Amaral, Rio de Janiero, BRAZIL

Richard Schumann, Rockledge, FL

Chuck Hakansson, Doraville, GA

Bill Black, Arcadia, CA

Cathy Lehman, Raleigh, NC

Carmine Grimaldi, Wayne, PA

David Yamane, Winston-Salem, NC

Brian Trinkle, Alpharettta, GA

Andrew Hurt, Melbourne, FL

Ed Matheson, Dunwoody, GA

Kazumichi Shinohara, Cupertino, CA

Mark Brunner, O’Fallon, IL

Thomas Carter Green, Virginia Beach, VA

Reed Stout, Rocklin, CA

New CSs

Alex Campbell, San Diego, CA

Linsay Ling, San Diego, CA

Jon Deputy, Bell, CA

Don Roesler, Carmel, IN

Diane Hamm-Vida, Shallotte, NC

Kaye Kimpling, Effingham, IL

Marcee Finn, Wilmington, NC


New Grip Aid

Oncourt Offcourt and USPTA and PTR Master Professional Joe Dinoffer are the distributors of a new training aid for tennis. Grip Loose finger sleeve is a quick and easy way to get players to relax their grip on the racquet, using a simple “beeping” sound every time the player grips too tightly. The Grip Loose was designed and patented by veteran international tennis coach Allen Webb and also works for other sports, including golf, baseball and hockey. The Grip Loose neoprene sleeve comes in two sizes and is packaged for retail sale. For information, call toll-free 88-TENNIS-11 or visit

Babolat Announces Promotion, New Hires

Babolat has promoted Seth McKinley to sports marketing manager for the Americas and Australia and added Jackie Carleton and Steve Strecker to the Babolat USA sports marketing team.

McKinley, formerly in charge of Babolat promotions for professional and junior players in the U.S., has been with the company since 2005. In addition to his new international player responsibilities, he will continue to work closely with the promotions team in the US.

Carleton joins Babolat as promotions manager for the US and will head up junior and college player programs, handling recruitment, sponsorships, contracts and player relations. She came from Adidas, where she was a junior team representative for its tennis division. She is a former U.S. No. 1 junior player and played at UCLA and Duke and is a two-time All-American in singles.

Strecker is the new marketing/ promotions coordinator and will be transitioning from his current position as a Babolat inside sales rep. He has a strong background in marketing and promotions and as a student at the University of Colorado helped shape and run the club tennis team.

USTA Community Development Workshop Set for February

The 2009 USTA Community Tennis Development Workshop will be February 13-15 at the Hilton Head Marriott Resort & Spa in South Carolina. The workshop, featuring key speakers in the industry, is one of the best resources for community tennis development and tennis programming for local organizations. More than 500 tennis pros, organizers, coaches, etc., are expected to attend. For more information or to register, visit

Short Sets

Athco to Produce Dunlop Apparel

Athco is teaming with Dunlop Sports to produce and distribute tennis and other sports apparel in the U.S. “We’ll continue our focus on technical fabrics and solid design,” says Athco’s Bill Hall. The longterm agreement with Dunlop includes men’s and women’s apparel, including Athco’s SunBlock line shown at right, which provides a UPF 50+ rating, to block more than 98 percent of UV rays. For information, contact Athco at 800-990-0000 or 941-351-1600.

Ashaway, Huczek Sign New Deal

Ashaway Racket Strings has signed a new two-year sponsorship agreement with racquetball pro Jack Huczek in which Huczek will continue to support his favored Ashaway Superkill II string as well as his signature Jack Huczek/AMPS 311M racquetball shoes. In addition, under the new agreement, Huczek will become more involved with Ashaway product development and marketing efforts. Visit for more information.

Klip is Exclusive Licensee for Völkl Worldwide

Klip America is the worldwide licensee for Völkl Tennis equipment, bags and accessories, effective Jan. 1. The 10-year agreement with Marker Völkl International of Switzerland means Klip will now design, manufacture and distribute Völkl products worldwide. Klip has been the U.S. and Canadian distributor for Völkl Tennis for the past 21 months.

“Our goal is to keep research and development true to its German roots,” says Sean Frost, managing director of Klip America. Frost says Völkl will continue to use the same experienced R & D team located in Straubing, Germany. Völkl has been designing and manufacturing tennis equipment since 1973.

Frost says the arrangement between Klip and Völkl will make Völkl a stronger player in the worldwide market. “Klip America will make significant investments to increase visibility, consumer demand and dealer profitability,” he says.

Klip also has a separate licensee agreement with Boris Becker Tennis. “There’s a lot of brotherhood between Völkl Tennis and Boris Becker Tennis, but we’ve found that there is some confusion, too,” says Frost.

“We’ve found some nice niches for the Becker brand, and we need to correctly position the brand. Going forward, there will be more separation between the brands.”

Pacific is Stringer for 2008 Masters Cup in Shanghai

Pacific was the official stringer for the 2008 Masters Cup held in Shanghai Nov. 9-16. Tom Parry, Pacific’s global brand manager, and Christian Reuter, the company’s European player services manager, both put in time in the stringer’s room, often working from 8 a.m. to well past 11 p.m., when the last ball was struck.

Parry says that brothers Bob and Mike Bryan “led the pack” when it came to stringing requests. To start each day, Parry and Reuter strung up three frames for each of the Bryans — both used the same hybrid, but slightly different tensions.

During Andy Murray’s first match, Parry says he sent in two of his frames at the same time for “emergency” stringing. “Chris cranked them out in less than nine minutes per stick,” says Parry. “I barely had the second frame cut out before he’d finished the first! They came in on a changeover, and the first one was back on court before the next changeover.”

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, for his last match, decided to switch from 100 percent poly to natural gut mains and poly crosses, with no change in tension, says Parry. Early in the second set, however, he grabbed an old frame from his bag that was all poly. “Players, no matter their ranking, are really finding the world of hybrid stringing one to explore,” says Parry. Pacific’s stringing log of the Masters event is below.

Name Country Racquet Racquet Model String String Model Tension
Björkman, Jonas Sweden Wilson K Six.One 95 18×20 Luxilon/Wilson Alu Rough / Natural 23/23 K
Bryan, Bob USA Prince O3 Speedport Black Luxilon/Tecnifibre Timo / NRG² 17 41/45
Bryan, Mike USA Prince O3 Speedport Black Luxilon/Tecnifibre Timo / NRG² 17 43/46
Bhupathi, Mahesh India Wilson K Six.One 95 16×18 Wilson Natural 57/57
Coetzee, Jeff South Africa Dunlop AeroGel 200 Pacific Poly / gut hybrid 54/54
Cuevas, Pablo Uruguay Head MicroGel Prestige Mid Luxilon Original 54/54
Davydenko, Nikolay Russia Prince 03 Tour Midplus Polystar Polystar 130 23/21 K
Del Potro, Juan Martin Argentina Wilson K Six.One 95 18×20 Luxilon Alu Power 63/63
Dlouhy, Lucas Czech Republic Fischer Magnetic Pro No. 1 Luxilon Alu Power 25.5 K
Fyrstenberg, Mariusz Poland Babolat Pure Storm Luxilon Alu Power 24/23 K
Horna, Luis Peru Babolat Pure Storm + Luxilon Alu Power Rough 49/49
Knowles, Mark Bahamas Head MicroGel Prestige Mid Babolat/Luxilon VS Gut / Alu Power 57/55
Matkowski, Marcin Poland Babolat Pure Drive Roddick Babolat Pro Hurricane / VS Gut 23.4/22.5 K
Moodie, Wesley South Africa Head MicroGel Prestige Mid Pacifc Poly / gut hybrid 62/60
Murray, Andy Scotland Head MicroGel Radical MidPlus Luxilon/Babolat Alu Power / VS Gut 60/60
Nestor, Daniel Canada Wilson K Six.One 95 16×18 Wilson/Luxilon Natural / Alu Power 54.5/52.4
Paes, Leander India Babolat Pure Drive Luxilon/Babolat Alu Power / VS Gut 51/51
Roddick, Andy USA Babolat Pure Drive Roddick + Babolat Pro Hurricane / VS Gut 61
Simon, Gilles France Head MicroGel Prestige Mid Head Intellitour 24/23 K
Stepanek, Radek Czech Republic Wilson K Blade 98 Babolat VS Gut 24.5/22.5 K
Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried France Wilson K Blade 98 Luxilon Alu Power 26/25 K
Ullyett, Kevin Zimbabwe Wilson K Six.One 95 18×20 Wilson Natural 50/50
Zimonjic, Nenad Serbia Head Radical Babolat/Luxilon VS Gut / Ace 23/21.5 K



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