You need your new strings which you want to use (usually cost between 5$ to 50$) You need your tennis racquet where you take off your old strings ; You could use pliers because they help to pull the old strings out of their place (doing it with your hands is possible but extremely difficult and can hurt) You will need cutters to cut the strings
Measure out the string. Start by cutting 35 to 40 feet (10.7 to 12.2 m) (10 to 12 m) of new string off a spool. For a basic 95 square-inch racquet with a basic crossing pattern, you'll probably need about 38 feet (11.6 m) of string to finish the job.
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Learning to string a racquet yourself. Many top players learn to string their own racquets and enjoy the challenge and the personal touch. To string you own racquet you will need to purchase a string machine and roll of string. A basic restringing machine will cost around $200, while mid-priced models can run $500 and expert-level machines might set you back at least $1000. These may seem like large amounts, but remember it’s a one-time payment and the machine should last you a lifetime.
You will also need the racket head, pliers, a yard stick, awl, and the actual tennis strings. In the first step, you need to measure approximately 40 feet of string. Next, you need to make sure that your string is straight and that it does not have kinks. Next, you want to cut the string in half.
Pull the string ends through both middle holes of the frame. In General, there are two possibilities. For this, you have to take a look into the heart of the racquet. If your tennis racket has 6 holes in the throat, pull both ends through the throat first. If your racket has 8 holes, you start at the top of the racket head.
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Having the racquet slip out of your hand is a common cause of breakage, and it can injure another player if it hits the opposer. String within the recommended pressure. If the restringing has a pressure that exceeds the maximum strength of the racquet, it might break, and the warranty might flourish.