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Old 10-04-2012, 07:14 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by Irvin View Post
Just curious measure the length of the two rackets you think went well. Are they shorter than they should have been? If they are are not right your standards are slipping for sure. Just because they didn't break does not mean they won't or all went well. If they are the correct length the standards could have slipped on the other racket (because probably you had to adjust them and the pressure of the mains pulling on the top and bottom of the racket broke the racket because there was no countering force from the sides of the racket.

It is better to complete the racket all at once. Never start a string job unless you are sure you have time to finish.
Thanks for the reply. The only difference between the three were that the two racquets that were alright was strung betwee 50-55 ;bs, both were polys, the tenifibre racquet has the tenfibire N-Code 17 g string and the Babolat had the MSV hex 17 g. The racquet that failed was being strung at 60 lbs with synthetic gut.
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