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Here’s a look at what’s new in tennis string. We’ve got a few articles here to help you sort through what is a bit of a confusing topic.

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Hybrid String Setups are growing in popularity, especially with the younger generation of tennis players with modern-style games. With its dual texture and intrinsic spin-friendly nature, players of all...

First of all, I believe that Prince is one of the best string manufacturers on the market. From monofilament to multifilament, I have enjoyed every Prince string I have tried thus far. As of the moment,...

So I first found out about Diadem strings on my Instagram newsfeed. The first two things that stuck out to me after watching Diadem String’s exotic spaceship-technology like ads were 1] Teal Blue and...

The 2016 Memphis Open got started today and this year, alongside a strong roster of emerging and marquis talent, is a former ATP world #4 (and 2 time Memphis Open finalist), Robin Söderling. No, he’s...

[social_warfare] The stringing room at a tennis tournament is frenetic, especially early on. French brand Tecnifibre happens to be the official stringer (and tennis racquets) of the ATP. (Check ’em...

Former Swedish touring pro Robin Söderling was once ranked as high as #4 in the world. So it’s safe to say he knows everything there is to know about tennis and the gear you use to play the game....

Compare it to this one. Here’s what a 142 mph serve looks like. Look closely, since you’ll never see it go by you in real life! This was taken by an Olympus camera at 6,000 FPS.That serve...

Tennis string is one of the most confusing categories in tennis. It’s worth taking time to learn the “mysteries” though because the racquet/string combination is a 50/50 deal. The string...

Tennis string is exploding in variety. New to market is Gamma's Solace. The multifilament string offers TNT®2 Processed Dual Core Technology which is said to add comfort, feel and touch to your racquet. In...

Babolat is one of the most popular tennis racquets on the market. That wasn't how they got their start, of course. Babolat starting making strings in 1875, and didn't roll their frames out until...