Bag Check – Jan 27 – Wake Forest Men’s Tennis

Wake Forest’s men’s tennis team is getting ready to head to Lexington, KY this weekend for the National Team Indoors qualifying against Minnesota, and then the winner of Kentucky vs. Michigan.

Wake’s team has an exclusive deal to play Pacific strings and the players use seven different Pacific strings in their set-ups.

Here is what the guys will be carrying with them for these matches (tensions are on an electronic constant pull machine; if two strings, the first string listed is main string and second string listed is cross string):

Steven Forman – Head Liquidmetal Prestige MP
Pacific X-Force 18g and Pacific Power Line 16L (62#)

Carlos Salmon – Babolat Pure Drive Roddick
Pacific Poly Force 16L (60#) and Pacific DuraTech 16 (60#)

Jason Morgenstern -Babolat Pure Drive Roddick
Luxilon Big Banger Alu Power 125 (64#)

Iain Atkinson – Babolat Pure Drive Roddick
Pacific Poly Force 16L and Pacific Power Line 16L (58#)

Jon Wolff – Babolat Pure Drive Roddick GT
Pacific Poly Force 16L (59#) and Pacific Poly Power Pro 16L (57#)

David Hopkins – Wilson K6.1 95 (18×20)
Pacific Poly Force 16L and Pacific DuraTech 16 (53#)

Chad Brady – Head Microgel Prestige MP
Pacific Poly Force 16L and Pacific Power Line 16L (53#)

Tripper Carleton – Wilson K6.1 Tour
Pacific Poly Force 16L and Pacific DuraTech (53#)

Danny Kreyman – Tecnifibre T-Fight 320
Pacific Poly Force 17 and Pacific Power Line 16L (45#)

Zach Leslie – Babolat AeroPro Drive GT
Pacific Poly Force 17 (45#)

Amogh Prabakar – Babolat Pure Drive
Pacific Poly Force 16L and Pacific Poly Force 17 (57#)

Conner Sherwood – Babolat Pure Drive
Pacific Poly Force 16L and Pacific Power Line 16L (59#)

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