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Old 03-17-2008, 10:33 PM   #2
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Default Re: Do you use anti-vibe?

I don't use one either. At best, I think its useless. In fact, for me, it tends to deaden the feel for the ball, which I don't like.

Most players who get tennis elbow have a problem with their strokes, and a little rubber thingy ain't going to fix it.

I have been playing with natural gut string for over a year now, and I think it has helped my game a lot. Gut gives you better feel and control. And it will help people with tennis elbow problems because gut has more resiliency than any synthetic string on impact with a tennis ball. Tennis-warehouse.com has a good article about natural gut.
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