Discussion in 'Strings' started by Ripper, Jan 13, 2006.
Imo, putting strings back into position makes them break faster.
for me, it's not the problem of breaking them. if you fix your strings to their normal position, you get a more predictable stringbed.
Right on both counts.
So if the fresh string is distorted by a topspin fore hand, not returned and the you hit nearly the same location for your next topspin forehand that put sthe string under less stress than realigning the string bed ?
If that is so, is the benifit of string savers negated by their tendency to restrict string displacement?
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