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July 24th, 2004
With all eyes on Roger Federer's powerful swing during the Tennis Masters Canada tournament that starts in Toronto today, you might miss the flash of red and white in his hand. His weapon of choice, the Wilson nSix One Tour, is manufactured with the use of nanotechnology, creating a racquet its makers say is two times stronger, two times more stable, and up to 22 per cent more powerful than a conventional one.
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