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Category Archives: Stringing

[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....

There has been a mysterious new tennis string on the market for the last six months. It was known simply as the green string of 361 nation. The users? Elite juniors participating in high level tournaments...

Taking into account the varied playing styles of today’s game, Wilson has just introduced four unique new string offerings for 2011: For players with arm discomfort (like tennis elbow), new Shock Shield...

SOLINCO is relatively new to the tennis market. Never heard of them? Neither had I. They clearly have a market however. According to the company, over 1/3 of top tennis colleges in the US are using their...

If you are wondering if your tennis racquet needs to be restrung and you have an iPhone, here's a solution. raquetTune is a downloadable app that allows you to check racquet string tension any time,...

Babolat announces the launch of a new tennis string, RPM Blast. Used since the Australian Open by Rafael Nadal, Andy Roddick and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, the black string marked with the white “double-line”...

  Wondering whether or not to restring your racquet? Some people wait until their strings break. Me not being a string breaker I tend to restring if my game feels like it's going...