Racket Stringing

Mar 17, 2017 by

Same Day Service (on string in stock) We carry more than 90 strings creating +8000 different hybrid options   Stringing Services Discounts Home & Visiting Teams 20% off the day of the match High School Players 20% off during their school season Forest Crest Members 10% off   String Gauge Babolat Addiction 17g Diadem Solstice Power 17g/1.20 Dunlop Black Widow 16/1.31 Dunlop Black Widow 17/1.26 Dunlop Hexy Fibre 16/1.30 Dunlop Hexy Fibre 17/1.22 Dunlop Ice 17/1.25 Dunlop Pearl  17/1.25 Dunlop Pearl  16/1.30 Dunlop Silk 16/1.32 Dunlop Silk 17/1.22 Dunlop Syn Gut (blue) 16/1.30 Dunlop Syn Gut (green) 16/1.32 Dunlop Syn Gut (green) 17g/1.25 Dunlop Syn Gut (pink) 16/1.32 Dunlop Syn Gut (white) 16/1.32 Dunlop Syn Gut (white) 17/1.25 Gamma Advantage Black 15/1.38 Gamma Advantage White 15/1.38 Gamma Challenger Syn Gut 16/1.32 Gamma Challenger Syn...

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Finding the Perfect Strings

Feb 29, 2016 by

Many people are focused on finding the perfect racket, but forget that it’s the strings that have actual contact with the ball. With this said, it is equally important (if not more so) to find the right strings for the player. When looking to buy strings, it is good to figure out what you like in these four categories: gauge, material, construction, and tension.   Gauge (Thickness):             This is the easiest thing to decide— whether to go thicker or thinner. Thicker strings have lower gauge numbers, and thinner strings have higher gauge numbers. Some strings add an “L” at the end of the number which means that it is slightly thinner than a string marked with just the number (i.e. a 15L is thinner than a 15).  Most players use the thinnest gauge...

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