Any advantage of misweaving cross in the sweetspot?

Any advantage of misweaving cross in the sweetspot?

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  • no

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#1
Hello. I did a mistake and figuered it out only before the tie off... The two middle cross rows are identical... So, I'm very lazy and don't want to restring... Is there any chance that it will actually increase spin/power/contol.....?
 
#2
Hello. I did a mistake and figuered it out only before the tie off... The two middle cross rows are identical... So, I'm very lazy and don't want to restring... Is there any chance that it will actually increase spin/power/contol.....?
No, probably quite the opposite as you'll not get string snap back which is part of the spin generation. Also very soon @Irvin will tell you it's an illegal string pattern.

It'll do no harm other than not being legal, but I'm assuming you aren't on the pro tour so let's ignore that. it won't help your rep as a stringer if folk see you with an incorrectly strung racket though.
 
#4
Hello. I did a mistake and figuered it out only before the tie off... The two middle cross rows are identical... So, I'm very lazy and don't want to restring... Is there any chance that it will actually increase spin/power/contol.....?
It will stick out like a sore thumb the more you play with it. Because the adjacent strings tend to push the string away the two crosses strung alike will bend toward each other. Everyone will ask what’s wrong with your racket. You will get more SnapBack because the two like strung crosses will not be holding the mains from moving. Other than the fact that the look will drive most people nuts I doubt you’ll notice much it how it plays.
 
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