We are specialist stringers for all rackets

Few players give tennis strings the credit they deserve. Yet, when playing, strings are the only point of contact between your racquet and the ball and therefore have a significant impact on performance. To get the most of your racquet, it pays to select a set of strings wisely.

We use the Wilson Baiardo Precision stringing machine which is very consistent and has a high degree of precision which gives you reliability when we string.

Tennis Strings

Replacing Tennis Strings

After restringing, your strings will begin to lose tension, which will continue as you start to play with them. They’ll also lose their resilience and go “dead” over time, which simply means they’ve lost their elasticity and no longer perform.

Somewhat surprisingly, strings can lose up to 10% of their tension within the first 24 hours. For professional players who get their racquets strung every time before you hit the court, it’s not much of a concern. However, the rest of us need to keep an eye on our strings to perform our best.

As a general rule of thumb, you can take the number of times you play per week and double it to determine how often you should string per year. As an example, if you play three times per week, you’ll want to string your racquet at least six times per year or every two months.

While the above method is imperfect, we find it tends to get most players in the right ballpark. You can then take into consideration factors such as duration of play and how aggressively you strike the ball and adjust from there. At a minimum, we suggest you replace your strings twice a year.

To help determine when it’s time, you can check your strings for visual cues and keep tabs on the feel of your racquet as well. If your strings form deep notches at the cross-sections or they’re fraying and look like they’re on their last leg, then it’s probably time to resting. Furthermore, if you’re sensing a loss in control, spin, or crisp feel, then those factors can also help you determine when it’s time to string.

Most ideally, you’ll restring before your strings break.

How to choose a string?

With so many variables the best way is to discus through with our expert stringers, this way factors of type of racket, type of play, performance level of player will all be taken into account to find a string that is suitable.

Tennis Strings
Tennis Strings

 

All our stringing is completed within a 48-hour turnaround time frame. We will always try to fit this in with you and can quite often be done within 24 hours.

We can accommodate a premium string whilst you wait service by contacting us on 01606 48989.

Strings and Prices

Mono Filament Strings

Luxilon

Alu Power Rough

£ 29.00

Luxilon

Savage

£ 25.00

Luxilon

Smart

£ 32.00

Luxilon

Ardrenaline

£ 24.00

Wilson

Revolve

£ 23.00

Yonex

Poly Tour Pro

£ 23.00

Yonex

Poly Tour Spin

£ 26.00

Yonex

Poly Tour Strike

£ 30.00

Prince

Tour XP

£ 23.00

Head

Hawk

£ 26.00

Babolat

RPM Blast

£ 27.00

Babolat

RPM Power

£ 27.00

Babolat

RPM Rough

£ 27.00

Babolat

RPM Team

£ 26.00

Babolat

RPM Hurricane

£ 25.00

Multifilament Strings

Wilson

NXT Power

£ 32.00

Wilson

Sensation

£ 23.00

Wilson

Sensation Plus

£ 25.00

Wilson

Syn Gut Power

£ 22.00

Prince

Perfection

£ 27.00

Babolat

Addixion

£ 24.00

Hybrid Strings

Any combination of above add both together and divide by 2


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