In this course, you will learn the step by step process of stringing a tennis racket. We will discuss every aspect involved in stringing a tennis racket. Not only will stringing your own racket save you money, but it will also save you the time of having to wait for someone to restring your racket. You can also test out different strings and tensions more easily once you learn to string your own racket.
The Klipper Database. This Klipper online database has a ton of information on the stringing patterns of basically every racquet out there. It tells you recommended tension range, how much string you need in feet for the mains and crosses, the skipped holes and the tie off points. All very useful so bookmark it.
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Of course, the new stringing machine should not be missing either. Plan for the stringing about 40 ft of string material. Most tennis strings are sold in single packs. In these packages the string is already cut to 40 ft. If you have a reel of string, you have to measure the length yourself and then cut the 40 ft piece.
Teach You. Our certificated courses cover all aspects of racket servicing so whether a complete beginner or an experienced stringer who wants to update their skills and knowledge, you will benefit enormously. You may choose a one-day course to cover just one sport such as tennis, squash or badminton or you can do a two-day Professional Stringer course that covers all racket sports.
Our pick for the best synthetic gut tennis string is Prince Synthetic Gut, an excellent string with a long-standing positive reputation in the tennis community. Here are a few inexpensive yet quality alternatives to Prince Synthetic Gut for beginners and children: Head Synthetic Gut PPS. Gamma Synthetic Gut.
This best tennis strings for intermediate player is a product that, although the one that we present to you is 200 meters and with a caliber of 1.25 mm, it is also possible to find it in other measures, so that the tennis player decides exactly what strings he wants to put on his racket.
The oldest type of tennis string on the planet is natural gut and it's the string of choice for a lot of professional players including Roger Federer himself. The Swiss Maestro strings with a hybrid setup of natural gut in his mains and luxilon in the crosses, which, much like his style of play, is a blend of old and new.
Of course, picking the best tennis racket for you is a very personal experience and one that you should take plenty of time and effort to do. However, whilst they are not an exact science, different string patterns have some very definite characteristics that set rackets apart.