Originally Posted by kengan
So what I'm wondering is, did my stringer do a bad job with the racquet? Or could this be due to a different stringing style? The strings that I cut were from a ncode six one 95, and I was comparing it to k six one 95 and dunlop aerogel 4D 200 tours, all 16x18 stringing pattern.
Yes your stringer messed up. If you string that racket two piece the mains tie off on the mains the the bottom cross ties off on a cross. So there should not have been a problem getting the strings out.
EDIT: When you tie off the bottom cross on a main that is connected to the tie off for the mains you will see the problem you are talking about.