Like every year, thanks to our friends from Tecnifibre, we can get a lot of information about the rackets of the eight players present in the Nitto ATP Finals since they are the official stringers of the tournament and the weapons of the best tennis players in the world pass through their hands to prepare them for what will already be the last official matches of the season. On this occasion, Tecnifibre has helped us to know more details about the rackets of Djokovic, Nadal, Thiem, Medvedev, Tsitsipas, Zverev, Rublev and Schwartzman. Do you want to know what their rackets are like? Don’t miss out on what’s next.

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-Analysis of the rackets of the eight “Masters” of the Nitto ATP Finals 2020:

In the video we detail not only the technical aspects of the racket but we also offer certain curiosities to take into account, such as Djokovic, which has changed a lot compared to what it was a few years ago due to that problem he had in his elbow ago a couple of seasons. Don’t forget to watch the video to find out everything about these eight rackets.

-Technical aspects of the rackets of the eight tennis players of the Nitto ATP Finals 2020.

Novak Djokovic:

  • Raqueta: Head PT113B
  • String: Gut and polyester hybrid
  • Tension: 26-27 kg
  • Chord plan: 18×19

Rafael Nadal:

  • Racket: Babolat Pure Aero
  • String: RPM Blast (100% polyester)
  • Tension: 25 kg
  • Chord plan: 16×19

Dominic Thiem:

  • Raqueta: Babolat Pure Strike
  • String: RPM Power (100% polyester)
  • Tension: 24-25 kg
  • Chord plan: 18×20

Daniil Medvedev:

  • Racket: T-Fight XTC
  • String: Razor Code (100% polyester)
  • Tension: 21-22 kg
  • Chord plan: 18×19

Stefanos Tsitsipas:

  • Racket: Wilson Blade 98
  • String: Luxilon 4G (100% polyester)
  • Tension: 24-25 kg
  • Chord plan: 18×20

Alexander Zverev:

  • Raqueta: Head Gravity
  • String: Gut and polyester hybrid
  • Tension: 25-26 kg
  • Chord plan: 18×20

Andrey Rublev:

  • Raqueta: Head Gravity
  • String: Luxilon (100% polyester)
  • Tension: 26-27 kg
  • Chord plan: 18×20

Diego Schwartzman:

  • Raqueta: Head Graphene
  • String: Luxilon (100% polyester)
  • Tension: 23.5-24.5 kg
  • Chord plan: 18×20

It is important to mention that, as we are told at Tecnifibre, that the racket is not without a complete balance. There are rackets that out of the box have more or less power in themselves and tennis players seek to compensate for this through tension or the string plan. In this way, everyone will feel comfortable with it depending on their game characteristics and their style when playing.

What must be clear is that no two rackets are the same and although some of the eight present in London this year have the same type of racket, there are slight variations not only in what they have been able to add externally (leads in different parts of the racket) but also in the possible size of the same, as well as in what we analyze here regarding this type of string, string plan and tension of the strings.

Regarding the information that we show you here, what has surprised you the most to see? Did you imagine that Djokovic was the one who put the most weight on his tension and Medvedev the least? We read you in comments.

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