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2011-09-01 20:03:23

It depends on what you need personally for you. I personally like the Babolot strings, but because they are made of 100% Polyester I do half and half also called the hybrid. The hybrid has two types of strings; in my case the RMP blast and synthetic strings.

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Babolar revenge polyester strings.


There is no 'best string'. Even professionals use different strings because different strings suit different needs.


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


It depends what you like in a tennis string but I personally like babolat revenge polyester string.


Tight strings give better accuracy. There is less bounce in the strings, so less trampoline effect, making your shot more accurate, but less powerful.


a prestrung racket is basically a tennis racket without the strings.


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


not the racquet but the strings


Hitting with flat tennis balls doesn't necessarily hurt your strings all that much, but it definitely hurts your game. They can hurt your strings a little if you are using all of your might to swing into the tennis ball, and because it is flat the ball will flatten out over the strings and cause more areas of the string to become weaker.


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


A tennis ball, when impacted, dissipates about 45% of the energy applied to it. This means that it only absorbs and returns 55% of that energy. That is why in the test standard for tennis balls, dropping it from 100 inches, it only rebounds 53 to 58 inches. It is returning that much energy. The strings of the racket, however, return 90% of the energy they are impacted with. So, when the tennis ball hits the strings and they stretch (absorb the energy), they will return 90% of that force in the return of the ball. When a ball hits strings with a higher tension, the force is exerted on the ball, instead of the strings, and the energy return is closer to the 55% range.


When you hit a tennis ball with a tennis racquet, you want the ball to contact the sweet spot of strings.



there is a link. it tells u all the different strings. it also explains the string tension


There are several types of friction that influence spin of the ball in tennis. The sliding friction between the ball and the strings, the static friction between the ball and the strings at the grip phase, the static friction between the main and the cross strings, and the sliding friction between the strings.


From what I've there no such thing as tennis rackets with middle strings made out of coal! I just think people are saying that because they've heard from someone!


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no not that I am aware of but there are gold plated rackets


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.


Among the top tennis strings on the market, nylon or polyester string is most often used. Nylon is used in so called monofilament strings; multi-filament feature nylon combined with strings such as polyester, Kevlar, Vectran, etc.


One. Goes all the way through.


ususally its just a habit. there isn't anything wrong with the strings its just that the palyers are thinking


Normally they use all polyester or a hybrid with polyester and something else normally a synthetic gut, natural gut, or multifilement


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.


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