Luxilon dominates Roland Garros finals
CHICAGO — Luxilon strings were once again the top choice for players reaching the final weekend of the French Open in Paris. Most notably, three out of the four men’s singles semifinalists played Luxilon strings, including runner-up and all-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer. Federer’s Luxilon string of choice is ALU Power Rough 125.
In the men’s quarterfinals, seven of the eight men’s players relied on Luxilon strings to elevate their games. Not to be outdone, the men’s doubles champions, Daniel Nestor and Max Mirnyi played Luxilon strings as well. Nestor uses ALU Power 125 in his racquet and Mirnyi plays with ALU Power Rough 125. The men’s doubles final featured three out of the four players using Luxilon strings with Eduardo Schwank also using ALU Power 125.
“We have known for a long time that our strings perform at a high level and we are proud to be the string that top tour players choose when the pressure is on,” Nico Van Malderen, President of Luxilon said. “Everyone at Luxilon congratulates all the players who chose our string and performed so admirably over the past two weeks.”
Founded in 1959, the name Luxilon has become synonymous with high-performance tennis racquet string. In 1994, Luxilon released ALU Power 125 which has become the most used string on the professional tours. In that same year, Luxilon obtained the prestigious ISO 9001 certificate for its stringent quality control and management systems. Luxilon allocates over 20% of its workforce to research and development activities.
Luxilon, based in Antwerp, Belgium, produces the world’s finest monofilament tennis strings. Luxilon is committed to continuous research and development and strict quality control which ensures the most technologically advanced strings available. For more information, visit luxilon.com
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