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Międzynarodowa Federacja Tenisowa testuje sprzęt (11)

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In this photo taken Friday June, 28, 2019, James Spurr a technical officer fixes a serve-simulating robot arm nicknamed "Myo," from the Greek word for "muscle" at the International Tennis Federation tennis lab in Roehampton, near Wimbledon south west London. Based for about 20 years in a three-room area on what used to be a pair of squash courts in Roehampton, the ITF tech lab is filled with more than $1 million worth of machines that help make sure rules are followed and parameters are met. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
PHOTO TAKEN FRIDAY JUNE, 28, 2019
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In this photo taken Friday June, 28, 2019, tennis balls are lined up ready to be tested almost to destruction by compression, at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) lab in Roehampton, near Wimbledon south west London. Based for about 20 years in a three-room area on what used to be a pair of squash courts in Roehampton, the ITF tech lab is filled with more than $1 million worth of machines that help make sure rules are followed and parameters are met. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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In this photo taken Friday June, 28, 2019, a tennis ball is squashed by pistons as it is tested by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) lab in Roehampton, near Wimbledon south west London. Based for about 20 years in a three-room area on what used to be a pair of squash courts in Roehampton, the ITF tech lab is filled with more than $1 million worth of machines that help make sure rules are followed and parameters are met. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
PHOTO TAKEN FRIDAY JUNE, 28, 2019
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In this photo taken Friday June, 28, 2019, a tennis ball is squashed by pistons as it is tested by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) lab in Roehampton, near Wimbledon south west London. Based for about 20 years in a three-room area on what used to be a pair of squash courts in Roehampton, the ITF tech lab is filled with more than $1 million worth of machines that help make sure rules are followed and parameters are met. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
PHOTO TAKEN FRIDAY JUNE, 28, 2019
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In this photo taken Friday June, 28, 2019, a Wimbledon 2019 tennis ball is weighed at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) lab in Roehampton, near Wimbledon south west London. Based for about 20 years in a three-room area on what used to be a pair of squash courts in Roehampton, the ITF tech lab is filled with more than $1 million worth of machines that help make sure rules are followed and parameters are met. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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In this photo taken Friday June, 28, 2019, Jamie Caple-Davies, the head of the International Tennis Federation science and technical department, shows off a machine that tests the surface of a tennis court, during an interview with the Associated Press, at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) lab in Roehampton, near Wimbledon south west London. Based for about 20 years in a three-room area on what used to be a pair of squash courts in Roehampton, the ITF tech lab is filled with more than $1 million worth of machines that help make sure rules are followed and parameters are met. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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In this photo taken Friday June, 28, 2019, a serve-simulating robot arm nicknamed "Myo," from the Greek word for "muscle" is about to hit a ball dropped from above at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) lab in Roehampton, near Wimbledon south west London. Based for about 20 years in a three-room area on what used to be a pair of squash courts in Roehampton, the ITF tech lab is filled with more than $1 million worth of machines that help make sure rules are followed and parameters are met. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
PHOTO TAKEN FRIDAY JUNE, 28, 2019
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In this photo taken Friday June, 28, 2019, a tennis ball is rotated in a wind tunnel, showing how the ball moves in the air at different speeds, as it is tested at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) lab in Roehampton, near Wimbledon south west London. Based for about 20 years in a three-room area on what used to be a pair of squash courts in Roehampton, the ITF tech lab is filled with more than $1 million worth of machines that help make sure rules are followed and parameters are met. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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In this photo taken Friday June, 28, 2019, a tennis racquet handle is opened to show how information can be gathered electronically and used to enhance player performance, at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) lab in Roehampton, near Wimbledon south west London. Based for about 20 years in a three-room area on what used to be a pair of squash courts in Roehampton, the ITF tech lab is filled with more than $1 million worth of machines that help make sure rules are followed and parameters are met. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
PHOTO TAKEN FRIDAY JUNE, 28, 2019
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In this photo taken Friday June, 28, 2019, a tennis balls are lined up to squashed by pistons as they are tested by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) lab in Roehampton, near Wimbledon south west London. Based for about 20 years in a three-room area on what used to be a pair of squash courts in Roehampton, the ITF tech lab is filled with more than $1 million worth of machines that help make sure rules are followed and parameters are met. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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In this photo taken Friday June, 28, 2019, Jamie Caple-Davies, the head of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) science and technical department, holds up various designs of tennis racquets- both of which passed scrutiny by the ITF, at their lab in Roehampton, near Wimbledon south west London. Based for about 20 years in a three-room area on what used to be a pair of squash courts in Roehampton, the ITF tech lab is filled with more than $1 million worth of machines that help make sure rules are followed and parameters are met. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
PHOTO TAKEN FRIDAY JUNE, 28, 2019
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