Restringing Service

To keep you game at its optimal level your racquet needs a regular service. 

Restringing ensures your game remains in peak form. You may feel that your racquet is losing its “punch” at the net. As tension in your strings declines, your strings stretch more at impact, cushioning the ball’s landing and leading to a loss of control and inconsistent play. Maintain your style of play by restringing as many times per year as you play each week

We offer a full stringing service whether you want full bed of poly or a hybrid mix. Bring your own string, or choose from one of our stock strings. We are also willing to buy in the string of your choice! 

 

Our range of strings currently includes:

Diadem Solstice Power (16L - 1.3 mm, 17 - 1.25 mm)

This is a comfortably soft co-poly with a six-pointed star shape resulting in a string that combines a low-friction surface with maximum ball bite. This string was built for spin – massive spin.

Diadem Evolution (16 - 1.3 mm, 17 - 1.25 mm)

This polyamide monofilament has a low friction silicone based coating and is incredibly responsive and comfortable with long lasting durability. This string is designed to handle the sharp edges of the Solstice string and offers precision, comfort, and easy power.

Gosen OG Sheep Micro (16 - 1.29 mm)

Inexpensive synthetic gut with good all around performance. A consistent playing string for all seasons and any weather conditions. Has relatively good durability and is ideal as a soft cross for a shaped main.

Luxilon ALU Power (16L - 1.25 mm)

This string helped usher in the polyester string revolution. The firm monofilament construction will enable you to generate massive stroke speed, producing a dangerous combination of pace and spin

We also have various other Luxilon, Wilson, Head, and Babolat strings, just ask!

If we don't have what you want, let us know and we will be happy to order them in!

We can also use your own strings if you have them!

Prices vary depending on the string combination.

Labor cost = $20 per stringing

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