Djokovic uses a Wilson Pro Staff RF 97 Autograph tennis racket. This racket is used by professional tennis player Roger Federer.
Djokovic’s Tennis Racket
Djokovic’s racket is the most important part of his game. It is the one thing that he uses to hit the ball and it is what allows him to control the game. Djokovic’s racket is also the one thing that can help him win or lose a match.
Djokovic’s current racket
Djokovic currently uses the Wilson Blade 98 18×20 Countervail racket. He has been consistently ranked as the world’s No. 1 player by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) since July 2011 and was on an 81-match winning streak from 2015-16.
Djokovic’s previous rackets
Djokovic’s previous racket sponsors include Head and Yonex.
In March 2014, it was announced that Djokovic had signed a four-year deal with Japanese company Asics, believed to be worth $4 million annually.
Djokovic had previously worn Adidas shoes and apparel. He switched to Sergio Tacchini in 2007 but the Italian company pulled out of the business shortly afterwards due to financial difficulties. In 2010, Djokovic signed with German manufacturer Adidas. The value and length of this deal were not disclosed, but Reuters reported that it was worth more than $2 million per year and ran until the end of 2014. In August 2011, Djokovic signed an endorsement deal with Australian sportswear company Lacoste, initially rumored to be worth A$1 million per season
Djokovic’s Tennis String
Djokovic’s string of choice is the Babolat VS Touch. This string provides a good mix of power and control. It also has a very soft feel, which is great for players who have arm injuries.
Djokovic’s current string
Djokovic uses Ultra Tour 16 string in his tennis racket. This string is one of the most popular polyester strings on the market. It offers a good mix of spin, power, and control. It also has a very solid feel and is very durable.
Djokovic’s previous strings
Djokovic has used Babolat strings throughout his career. For many years he strung his rackets with Babolat RPM Blast, a co-polymer string known for its high levels of control. In 2014, Djokovic switched to Babolat VS Touch, a multifilament string that offers more comfort and feel. Babolat VS Touch is no longer made, so Djokovic has been using the newer and very similar Babolat Addiction.
Djokovic’s Tennis Grip
Djokovic’s tennis grip is unique because he uses an eastern grip for all his strokes. This allows him to generate a lot of topspin on his shots. Djokovic’s grip also gives him more power on his strokes. The eastern grip is not a common grip used by professional tennis players, but Djokovic has been successful with it.
Djokovic’s current grip
Djokovic currently uses a grip that is a combination of an Eastern Forehand and a Continental Grip. The Eastern Forehand is when you position your hand so that your palm faces towards the target. The Continental Grip is when you position your hand so that your knuckles face the target. This grip gives Djokovic a lot of power and spin on his shots.
Djokovic’s previous grips
Djokovic has used different grips throughout his career.
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Djokovic’s Tennis Shoes
Djokovic is one of the most successful tennis players in the world and he has a very successful partnership with Adidas. He has his own line of tennis shoes and apparel. Djokovic’s tennis racket is the Wilson Blade 104.
Djokovic’s current shoes
Djokovic currently wears Asics shoes. He has been known to wear Adidas, but he is sponsored by Asics.
Djokovic’s previous shoes
Djokovic’s previous shoes were the Adidas Barricade 7.0. He used them from 2011 to mid-2014. They were heavy and allowed him to make quick changes in direction.
Djokovic’s current shoes are the Adidas Adizero Primeknit. They are much lighter than the Barricades and have a knitted upper that is designed to conform to the foot. Djokovic began using them in 2014 and has said that they are very comfortable.