Players who have arm trouble don’t want to lose spin potential, but need a string that performs well and is more arm friendly. We highlighted a few below in the multifilament, synthetic gut, and monofilament categories.
Stringing your tennis racquet can be an overwhelming chore, especially if you don’t know where to go and what to look for. Thankfully though, at Tennis Express, we have over 20 USRSA Certified Stringers that are here to help answer all of your stringing questions. Below are some frequently asked questions, that can help you with your game.
Hybrids are everywhere in 2019. Mattresses, automobiles, cocktails, bicycles, clothing, and tennis strings. A hybrid is defined as a combination of a couple elements. We’re seeing more and more manufacturers combine various types of strings to give players their ideal combo in one set rather than multiple sets.
Unique Sports (a.k.a. Tourna) continues to diversify their tennis catalog and are no longer just the “light blue grip that does not slip”. Tourna has some impressive options for those seeking peak performance with solid value. We highlight some of the brand’s best-selling options and how they compare to other popular brands.
In today’s game, string patterns are the most changed part on a tennis racquet. Racquet manufacturers have always studied string patterns to see how they affect a racquet during play. Check out this guide to learn more about which string pattern can fit your game.