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    best grip for sweaty hands, and is towel grip grippy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznese View Post
    best grip for sweaty hands, and is towel grip grippy?
    Yes, Towel grip and yonex grip powder(best I have use), and sweaty hands will no longer be a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigandy View Post
    Yes, Towel grip and yonex grip powder(best I have use), and sweaty hands will no longer be a problem

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    does towel grip give enough grip and control?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post

    Ha, Are you sure he ain't just a bit simple?

    Just in case, yes aznese towel grip used with grip powder will give you all the grip you could ever wish for. Player gives control not grip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigandy View Post
    Ha, Are you sure he ain't just a bit simple?

    Just in case, yes aznese towel grip used with grip powder will give you all the grip you could ever wish for. Player gives control not grip.
    now, when I use the towel grip, do I have to take off the undergrip that comes stock on the racket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznese View Post
    now, when I use the towel grip, do I have to take off the undergrip that comes stock on the racket?
    You can do whatever you like. Keep it on, take it off, build it up even bigger with layers, up to you!

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    what do you guys do?

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    I have 2 that I have over the factory grip and 2 with athletic tape on wood, then towel grip. Factory grip plus towel for doubles, athletic tape towel for singles. Don't ask me why, I just prefer it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigandy View Post
    I have 2 that I have over the factory grip and 2 with athletic tape on wood, then towel grip. Factory grip plus towel for doubles, athletic tape towel for singles. Don't ask me why, I just prefer it.
    how sticky is the adhesive on the towel grip, wont it rip the grip underneath?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznese View Post
    how sticky is the adhesive on the towel grip, wont it rip the grip underneath?
    Generally really sticky and yes it will rip the grip underneath. Either let it rip the grip or cover the grip with something less sticky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigandy View Post
    Generally really sticky and yes it will rip the grip underneath. Either let it rip the grip or cover the grip with something less sticky.
    like what, doesnt it rip your grip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    I thought u were a bit harsh ......then I read more of his queries.........u r right on the money......

    Good job demolidor........experience really counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liemsweeking View Post
    I thought u were a bit harsh ......then I read more of his queries.........u r right on the money......

    Good job demolidor........experience really counts.
    i dont get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznese View Post
    i dont get it.
    Naive replies that are out of place with your purported expertise.

    See below for some of your past posts

    Quote Originally Posted by aznese View Post
    I play in national tournaments, im not gonna use basketball shoes
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    Actually it is quite good you just grip it lossely and it works very nicely, i play everyday for 3 hours in the summer its 8 hrs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    Naive replies that are out of place with your purported expertise.

    See below for some of your past posts
    oh i see, when you train in china, equipment is not very important, in fact having good equipment and having mediciocre skill is looked down upon

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    Didn't expect there would be 15 replies already! But seriously you don't have to start a new thread for everything that pops into your mind .
    This section about grips is 30 pages long, do you really think the topic of "sweaty hands" and towel grips and all it's aspects hadn't passed the revue yet (and this goes for pretty much every new thread you have opened so far)

    One can be either lazy or dumb and I would rather admit to being lazy ...

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