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Lesson : The Rubberband Vibration Dampener by Kim Selzman at Tennisfixation



In my post Using a Vibration Dampener on Your Tennis Racquet, I talked about why you might or might not want to use a vibration dampener on your racquet. In summary, with one you reduce string vibration and possibly noise. But you also reduce the amount of "feel" you get when you hit the ball.



Well, I can't let this subject go without talking about the famous (or infamous) rubberband vibration dampener and one its most well-known proponents - Andre Agassi. Apparently, Andre was not only a fan of vibration dampeners but he preferred to rig his racquet with the rubberband version (see photo).



And, now, you can do this too! By clicking on this link - How to Install Rubberband Damper - you will be taken to a post that clearly explains, with photos, how to tie a rubberband onto your strings to create a vibration dampener. It evens shows you the size of rubberband preferred by Andre - Rubberband #64 (in case you wanted to know the exact size to use).



I myself gave this a try (all part of the R&D we do here at Tennis Fixation) and I can report that a rubberband really does work as a vibration dampener! (As if Andre Agassi might be wrong about this.) But, as I've previously concluded, I am not a vibration dampener person so I didn't keep this on my strings for long.



But maybe it will work for you! If you give the rubberband dampener a try, let me know what you think
Article by Kim Selzman at www.tennisfixation.blogspot.com

The World’s Highest Paid Tennis Players

Our look at the highest-paid tennis players typifies this kind of equality in the game. Half of the top ten are men and half are women. For incomes we include prize money, endorsements, exhibitions and appearance fees over the past 12-months without taxes or agent's fees deducted. Informaton from website forbes.com.







No. 1 Roger Federer Income: $43 million Sponsors: Nike, Credit Suisse, Gillette Federer has won a record $56.9 million in career prize money in addition to his record 16 Grand Slam titles. His Nike sponsorship is the most lucrative endorsement deal in tennis.
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No. 2 Maria Sharapova Income: $24.5 million Sponsors: Nike, Prince, Tiffany Sharapova inked an eight-year contract extension with Nike this year that could be worth as much as $70 million thanks to royalties from her own tennis line and a line of bags and shoes through Nike subsidiary Cole-Haan.
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No. 3 Rafael Nadal Income: $21 million Sponsors: Nike, Kia Motors, Babolat The Spaniard returned from an injury-plagued 2009 to capture five tournament titles and the No. 1 ranking this year. Nadal is only 24 years old, but his $32.9 million in career prize money is third best all-time.
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No. 4 Serena Williams Income: $20 million Sponsors: Nike, Hewlett-Packard, Kraft Williams won two Grand Slams and a record $6.5 million in prize money in 2009. Her deal with Nike pays out big when she wins Grand Slam events.
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No. 5 Venus Williams Income: $15 million Sponsors: Wilson, American Express, Kraft Williams' history of apparel sponsors includes: Puma, Nike, Reebok and her own Eleven brand. Her latest deal is with Polo Ralph Lauren where the two will produce a co-branded dress for sale on-site at the Open.
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No. 6 Andy Roddick Income: $14 million Sponsors: Lacoste, Lagardere The face of American tennis dropped out of the top 10 in August marking the first time no U.S. player was ranked among the men's top 10 since the computer rankings began in 1973.
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No. 7 (tie) Novak Djokovic Income: $10 million Sponsors: Sergio Tacchini, Head, FitLine Djokovic is one of only two men to capture a men's Grand Slam title besides Federer and Nadal over the past five years. He left Adidas for Sergio Tacchini in a 10-year deal that kicked off in January.
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No. 7 (tie) Andy Murray Income: $10 million Sponsors: Adidas, Head, RBS England's best is the most likely player to capture the Open title if Nadal and Federer stumble. Adidas signed Murray to a deal at the end of 2009 that could skyrocket if Murray were to ever win Wimbledon.
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No. 9 Ana Ivanovic Income: $7 million Sponsors: Adidas, Yonex, Rolex Adidas announced a lifetime deal with the former No. 1 and French Open champion. Ivanovic heated up the pages of Sports Illustrated in this year's swimsuit issue.
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No. 10 Jelena Jankovic Income: $5 million Sponsors: Anta, Orbit Jankovic's income is derived mostly through prize money, which netted her $3.2 million over the past 12 months. She signed an apparel and shoe deal with China-based sportswear company Anta last year.

Novak Djokovic rallies to beat Viktor Troicki in 5 sets



NEW YORK (AP)—In the second official match he ever played, Novak Djokovic faced Viktor Troicki in the under-10 division. “He destroyed me,” Djokovic recalled Tuesday. The scene was being repeated about 15 years later in the first round of the U.S. Open.



“Today he was the better player on the court—for a while,” the third-seeded Djokovic said of his friend from Serbia. Djokovic, a year younger but now ranked 44 spots higher, rallied in the searing heat for a 6-3, 3-6, 2-6, 7-5, 6-3 win. Down two sets to one, Djokovic had his serve broken in the first game of the fourth set.



Troicki nearly went up two breaks, but the 2008 Australian Open champ fought off break points in his next two service games. “He knew that I might go down a little bit after that chance, so for sure he was more pumped,” Troicki said. “He knew that was maybe the last moments to try to play better and stay alive.” Troicki had 23 aces. In winning the second and third sets, he hit 71 percent of his serves in—and won 87 percent of those points.



“I never saw him serve that way,” Djokovic said. He should know, since the two practiced together for years. But Djokovic started picking up Troicki’s serve better in the final two sets and outlasted the sun. “You just have to try to be patient and wait for the shadows,” he said, “like I did.”


Article by RACHEL COHEN, AP Sports Writer & Photo by Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images

Sharapova Rallies Past Groth at US Open 2010



NEW YORK - AUGUST 31: Maria Sharapova of Russia returns a shot against Jarmila Groth of Australia during her women's singles first round match on day two of the 2010 U.S. Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on August 31, 2010 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. Sharapova won against Groth (4-6, 6-3, 6-1).



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