Therefore play Wozniacki in the wrong racket
Caroline Wozniacki has changed its normal Yonex racquet out with one of the brand Babolat. With this in hand, the Danish tennis player get much more speed in the balls, she sends away. Something she has been missing for a long time
When you want to stay on good terms with its major sponsor, then you should not flake with that actually thrive better with the competitor's product. I know Caroline Wozniacki of course perfectly well why she tried to hide the fact that she these days running around the training courses prior to the tournament in Eastbourne with a tennis racket from the French manufacturer Babolat.
The racket is held entirely in black with no hints of logos or other revealing. For normally the Japanese Yonex that sponsor Caroline Wozniacki and when they throw millions of dollars in Dane's direction, so they expect that she also plays with their racquet.
But it is no secret that Caroline Wozniacki has not been satisfied with his Yonex racquet.
- Yonex is a little different than many other rackets. It is more square in it compared to e.g. Babolat which are more oval. This means that Yonex has a displacement of the sweet spot, which is exactly where you hit the ball the most optimal in terms of getting power and speed. With a Yonex racquet in hand, you then hit the ball differently, too, because this sweet spot is larger. But when that Caroline Wozniacki is a world class player, so you do not need a bigger sweet spot, you need a smaller, where she can get more speed and precision. It is she with Babolat and not Yonex, which is a difficult racquet to play with, explains tennis expert Peter Bastiansen.
He also explains that it is quite normal that the professional tennis players testing new rackets during the season, but they do exactly as Caroline Wozniacki makes it these days in Eastbourne, namely with a black, neutral framework, so outsiders do not arouse suspicion.
The suspect may Wozniacki no longer run from, now she is revealed through various images on Twitter. They all illustrate the Dane strikes with a racket from Babolat.
It was just the brand, Caroline Wozniacki played with when she just won and won and stormed to the top of the women's world rankings. In early 2011, she went so from Babolat to Yonex Japan, and then tested her, moreover, its new brand in the same manner as in these days in the UK, with a black. neutral racket.
Unfortunately for Caroline Wozniacki began her downturn also when she said goodbye to Babolat and hello to Yonex.
The Danish tennis player reportedly complained about his new tool several times and tennis experts have previously suggested that she without a racket from Babolat was mercy, for a Babolat was possible for Wozniacki to get much more speed in the balls. The advantage is now gone.
But there are five million good reasons to Caroline Wozniacki at the time switched to Yonex, though she with a Babolat racquet in his hand worked excellently. For Yonex should have thrown exactly five million dollars off to Caroline Wozniacki a year, she played with their racquet. Now, there are signs that she is considering going back to Babolat again.
- That's fine, she tests a new racquet, but the timing is horrible. Eastbourne begins now, and there is Wimbledon next week. It is simply too amateur-ish to begin such a test now, because it confuses the. After Wimbledon, she has a one-month vacation, and only she do all the tests she wants. This is too weird and seems quite foolish, says tennis expert Peter Bastiansen who does not believe that the racket should be the basic explanation of Caroline Wozniacki's play problems over recent seasons.
It is instead a fundamental flaw in the Dane's tennis DNA.