Originally Posted by Lakers4Life
FWIW, It's CS not CRT any more. Don't ask me why, that's what the USRSA is calling it now.
IMHO, to be a MRT you must master all type of rackets not just the technology of the materials of Tennis Racquets.
Usrsa now calls it certified stringer(cs) instead of certified racquet technician.
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