Gamma Synthetic Gut Series Tennis Racket String - Balance Of Playability And Extra Durability For All Playing Levels & Styles - 16, 17 or 18 Gauge (Black, Gold, Optic Yellow, Red, Royal Blue, White) .
Mounting the Racket. Tennis stringing machines have mounting racks at different points that are used to keep the racket in place while you string it. Your racket head size will vary, but that’s why stringers are adjustable to accommodate varying head sizes. It’s rare to find a stringer that doesn’t have this feature.
A Few Things to Know. We strung the racquet in our video with a two-piece stringing method because the vast majority of racquets can be strung using this method. String sets are sold in 40-foot lengths. Most racquets can be strung with a single set.
Tennis Express offers the most extensive selection of tennis strings from great tennis brands such as Prince, Babolat, Wilson, Luxilon, Forten, Gamma, Kirschbaum, KLiP, Head, Volkl, and Tecnifibre. We carry all types of tennis strings, from synthetic gut to polyester to natural gut to hybrid. We carry tennis strings in many different lengths, including half sets, single racquet full sets, 330-foot reels and 660-foot full reels (strings 8 and 16 racquets, respectively).
By the late 17th century, paddles were added to this game instead of hands. After paddles, finally, racquets were invented where strings were tightly strung into the head of the racket. This is where the history of tennis strings starts and different tennis brands started making strings under their names.
Contrary to popular belief, breaking a string isn't the only time you should restring your racquet. For the casual recreational player, a good rule of thumb to follow is to restring as many times in a year as you play in a week. For example, if you play 5 times a week, then you should restring at least 5 times a year.