Tennis stringing myths busted!

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When and why should you replace your tennis strings?

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Pro Stringer Portable Electronic Stringing Machine

For more information and to purchase, please visit: Small and ultra-portable. Powerful and reliable with lasting performance. World-wide voltage wherever you go. Fast racquet stringing. Smart Tension Head for incredible accuracy. Save thousands on stringers. All in a convenient travel bag. The genuine tennis stringer of champions! The Pro Stringer stringing machine is the world's smallest and lightest portable electronic stringing machine on the market. Recently launched, the machine weighs only 2kg and fits in a small carry bag, thereby making it perfect for the travelling stringer or player. The first thing you may wonder is how such a powerful machine can feel so light. Measuring just 9 x 9 x 17cm and weighing only 2kg, it is verified by Airport Customs to be carried on board as hand luggage, so you won't need to pay for excess plane baggage. The worldwide power voltage can be adjusted wherever you travel. Fast and easy to operate, as well as taking seconds to setup, a racquet can be strung in less than 20 minutes. Featuring high precision constant pull electronic tensioning, the Smart Tension Head can be set from 30lbs to 75lbs. In the package is the machine itself, mounting post, rotation bar, frame retainers X 2, flying clamps X 2, stringing tools, power adaptor and a carry bag. As used by many professionals on the ATP World Tour.

The Parnell Loop for Stringing Tennis Rackets with 4 knots

This method is almost the same as the Yonex Loop for badminton rackets except that it doesn't tension the two outside mains together (double pull) but rather adds extra tension on the two outside mains that are tensioned individually to make sure that the outside main is tight and the length of string to get to the tie off hole is minimized

Why is your choice of strings important?

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How to Handle High Balls in Tennis (Backhand and Forehand) In order to handle a high ball to your backhand or forehand in tennis, you need to adjust in two ways: prepare higher and hit more across the ball. This video shows you Roger Federer and David Nalbandian in slow motion handling high balls on the backhand side so you can pay attention to their preparation and a different racquet path through the ball. The usual mistakes when dealing with a high ball to the backhand or forehand are hitting it down - which brings the ball in the perfect zone for your opponent to attack, or hitting it back up which sends a passive ball over the net and allows the opponent to dictate again. Hitting the ball horizontally enables you to hit with some pace and neutralize potential attacks.

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