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When should I restring my Tennis Racquet?

According to the United States Racquet Stringers Association (USRSA) the frequency which a tennis racquet should be restrung (obviously for string breakage), is dependent on how many times per week one plays. In other words, if you play tennis once a week you should try to restring your racquet once a year, twice a week, two times annually and so on.

How do I choose the right Tennis String?

The Strings on a tennis racquet are the life of the racquet. However, for most people, racquet strings are just an afterthought. Here are a few guidelines to make your selection a bit easier.

Wilson Synthetic Gut Power – for players seeling the maximum levels of playability and power from a synthetic string.  This string retains the same solid nylon core that provides crisp feel and solid durability.  The high energy outer wrap allows for increased power levels and improved feel on contact.  $40

The Luxilon Big Banger ALU Power Rough - This monofilament featuring a highly textured surface to increase the spin potential.  Power, control and durability are combined in this co-poly aluminum constructed string.  Constructed with aluminum, it creates a highly durable string with a softer feel and added playability.  Best suited to the player that prefers the baseline and takes fast, full swings looking to generate power and spin.   $55

Wilson NXT Tennis String is the worlds most popular multifilament string featuring a thinner gauge for more power and spin.  This string has numerous followers thanks to its combination of comfort and playability.  The addition of the patented Dupon Xycro Micro-Fibers helps to increase the sweet spot size and reduce vibration for greater arm comfort.  $55

Wilson Natural Gut Power offers truly outstanding comfort thus producing a consistent and responsive string.  This string also delivers easy power along with better tension maintenance than any other string on the market.  If you are looking for ultimate feel and arm-safety, this is the perfect string.  $75

The Wilson Revolve Tennis String is made for players looking for the maximum spin possible in their game.  The UHMW coating gives the strings the freedom to move around freely and snap right back into place after hitting the ball.  Revolve monofilament string is great for players who hit hard and want great control and spin, especially baseline hitters.  $50

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