Luxilon strings make history
[CHICAGO] — Luxilon strings were the top choice for the champions of Wimbledon. Most notably, the women’s singles champion Petra Kvitova who won her 1st Grand Slam title while competing in her first Grand Slam final match. Kvitova used ALU Power 125 in her racquet as she took on Maria Sharapova.
History was made in the men’s doubles final, as the Bryan Brothers used Timo 110 in their racquets to win their 2nd Wimbledon title and an impressive 11th Grand Slam title. This was their 73rd career title which is the most in Men’s doubles history.
In women’s doubles, part of the champion team, Katarina Srebotnik used ALU Power to claim the victory with partner Peschke. And in the men’s singles round of 16, twelve of the sixteen men used Luxilon strings to elevate their game.
“Our dedication to innovation and technology is what helps these athletes perform to the highest level,” Nico Van Malderen, President of Luxilon said. “We are proud to be a part of the success on tour and to create historical moments such as these.”
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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