Austrian ski and tennis company Fischer presented its first tennis racquets in 1974. They sold 40,000 racquets in that year. Three years later, Fischer used to produce 140,000 racquets per year. By the late 70s, The most prominent player contracted with Fischer was Stan Smith. In 1978, Frew McMillan und Bob Hewitt won the Wimbledon double title playing Fischer racquets. Fischer always tried to be innovative, launching their famous rhombus-shaped racquet head, the "Superform" shape in 1979. Six years later, they presented the Superform Tuning racquet featuring adjustable strings.
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