Discussion in 'Pros' Racquets and Gear' started by darylrulez, Jul 7, 2004.
Wow! My threads have inspired you to try it! Roddick ties 2 strings at the bottom middle of the strings.
Although I have seen new fangled methods of installing a rubberband to the strings of a racquet, I still prefer this method: using one's hands.
Come up, cross, go back down, turn the racquet over and tie a knot.
Don't tie the knot too tight.
. . . Bud
alrite thanks bud!
WAHEY, finally someone to try out my "official" :lol: method!
I'll try and find the thread for you, it's a tutorial by none other than Andre and Andy!
Here ya go!
http://www.tenniswizard.com/dynamic...kies&AUTHOR=Andre Agassi and Andy Roddick
What did I post before? The article shows you how to tie the RB like I described. :roll:
thanks prostafftour90!! but the pictures are soo small hah
thanks a bunch for the article... I haven't used a dampener in months, but I'm tempted to try out the band method.
Hehehe yeah... small pix, but also BLUE BACKGROUND + BLUE HANDS + BLUE RUBBER BAND... they really don't want you seeing that huh?!
BTW, I thought dampening has no effect on shcok to the arm. I thought it merely muted the sound of the strings after hitting a ball.
I'd say dampeners have a big effect on returns. The dampeners increase string tension. The increased tension keeps the balls in play better as opposed to hitting longer from looser strings.
website says www.******?
Try this link it still works...
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