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Old 01-28-2013, 09:21 PM   #25
nightfire700
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Originally Posted by UCSF2012 View Post
I advocate a performance-based decision to replace strings. When the ball starts to not do what you want it to do, (you miss your targets more, more shots going long, hooking shots wide) then you replace your strings. Tension matters less than loss of resiliance.
Totally agree but in case the players are very young kids (true in my case as its my 9yr old who plays), its very difficult to make that judgement especially if they are still learning to control the ball well. I find RacquetTune helps well here to keep a track of how the tension is going down. Not the best method I guess but being pretty new to all this, it made the most sense to me.
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