let the (broken) racquet do the talking

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John Isner wasn’t too happy about his loss to Andy Murray today in the fourth round of the Australian Open. His Prince racquet knows this all too well.

(photo via AO.com)

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One Response to “let the (broken) racquet do the talking”

  1. Firslast Says:

    Last year I had high hopes for Isner. His loss to Murray was unneccesary. His “short” game was atrocious. His chip shots failed miserably. Somehow his coach gets it, but Isner doesn’t or neither Isner nor his coach get it. Isner was not moving on the court. Is he depending too much on his size and reach? When he had pace on the ball he was good and winning points. Good luck for the rest of the season John!!!!

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