Tennis strings are basically the piece of gear most players overlook and I ask these players why would you invest a couple hundred dollars on a tennis racquet made with the latest technological developments for comfort, spin, control, feel and then you spend just $5 dollars on your tennis strings?
A visit from a pro.
Last week we had a chat with Luis Pianelli, a guy who’s been traveling the world as one of the top stringers of the official Wilson Tennis Stringing Team and let me tell you, this guy has been stringing frames at every Grand Slam for top rank players like Serena Williams and he’s the go to guy for Juan Martin del Potro for every of his stringing needs. He gave us an insight into how matching tennis strings, racquets and playing style can literally boost or sink a player’s career, very interesting advice coming up on the blog later on. For now, and to start off this week I wanted to share with you this chart we got from Wilson which explains clearly how tennis stings perform and it gives a better understanding on how Luxilon and Wilson tennis strings compare to one another. You can find these tennis strings by clicking right on every name. Find these and much more at www.tennisplaza.com
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