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It varies because racket head sizes vary and different types of rackets with a different number of cross strings and main strings. But it tends to have roughly 40 feet of string in a racket.

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A racket you buy in a store that already has strings. So you can pick it up and immediately start playing with it.


the strings in a tennis racquet are simply called "strings".


The head of a tennis racket is the entire section of the strings, and the part of the frame that surrounds the strings.


Two strings are needed to string a tennis racket. The length of the string is to be about 11 to 12 meters.


It depend on the kind of racket it is if it is a over size racket it has more string then a normal racket.



The six parts of a tennis racket include the strings, the head, the beam, and the shaft. The other two parts are the grip and the throat.


Tennis racket strings today are made out of synthetic materials, such as:NylonPolyesterKelvarVectranZyexPolyolefinMetal Wire


it can be from 2$ systhetic gut to a 45$ natural gut


The head The throat The shaft The grip The strings


it doesn't matter where your tennis racket is just as long as it hits the tennis ball



yea you have to use the hairs off your bum :D


Not much really, except the bats are different. The paddle bat is a smaller solid bat whereas the normal tennis racket has strings and is bigger.


tennis racket, tennis balls, a court, and you of course Frame Racquet head Strings The grip The ball Shoes and socks Shirts Shorts and skirts Accessories


Yes, the weight. The lighter the tennis racket, the lighter you hit the ball. The heavier racket can hit harder shots.


well unless you want to hit the tennis ball with your body you need a tennis racket


probably the most common cause of tennis elbow is vibration from the racket. the vibration travels from the racket to your hand, to your wrist, and then to your elbow. if you want to know how you can prevent this, or help it, you can put a vibration dampener in the strings. that will help a lot.


because they need to have a high tensile strength (the maximum stress an object can handle) so the tennis ball is able to bounce of the nylon strings and so the metal frame can stand the tennis balls energy.


The butt end of the racket should face down, because otherwise you would be holding the strings and not the handle of the racquet.


This is a personal preference. The tighter the strings are the more control you have, and the looser the strings are the more power you have. Basically, you want somewhere in between, not too tight, but not too loose either.


Changing a racket takes a few weeks to get used to. If you like your racket and you feel comfortable playing with it, then I consider just changing the strings. If you don't feel comfortable with your racket and you feel that you can do better with another one then just get a new racket altogether. It really just depends on your racket and if it feels comfortable to use.


Inches long. Grams are used for weight


hold the grip. if the tennis racket touches the flour just then it is perfect. if its too short then you wont be able to touch the floor when you put it beside you.


The way to swing a racket in tennis is called a forehand.



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