Best stringing tutorial on the internet ?

MICHELUZZO

Rookie
Hello to everyone. Any suggestions on who or what gives the most insight on stringing tennis racquets would be much appreciated. Thanks:)
 

uk_skippy

Hall of Fame
European Racquet Stringers Association (ERSA - www.ersa-stringers.com) will also be doing an online course. No info yet on pricing. This will use information as given or introduced by established Pro Tour stringers inc those who've worked at numerous Grand Slams/Masters and other ATP/WTA tournaments. No-one else would be able to match this type of input form such experiences stringers.
 

esgee48

Legend
I hesitate over your choice of the word Best. The best that could be found currently would be hands on instructions and critique from a stringer who follows most if not all the USRSA/ERSA guidelines. :eek: Whether such a stringer has online teaching is questionable. Most YT videos are subject matter specific such as how to start mains, tie knots, etc. The whole process would be at least 15-20 minutes long and probably not be interactive. DVD based videos would certainly be more in-depth and cover more details. And, of course, you did not mention whether you would pay.
 

MICHELUZZO

Rookie
I hesitate over your choice of the word Best. The best that could be found currently would be hands on instructions and critique from a stringer who follows most if not all the USRSA/ERSA guidelines. :eek: Whether such a stringer has online teaching is questionable. Most YT videos are subject matter specific such as how to start mains, tie knots, etc. The whole process would be at least 15-20 minutes long and probably not be interactive. DVD based videos would certainly be more in-depth and cover more details. And, of course, you did not mention whether you would pay.
My vocabulary, as of late, has become a bit limited. Best/worst, for me, would be the equivalent of black/white. Just trying to keep it simple. I haven't been stringing long, but have been tutored by an Ersa stringer. Dvd's has never crossed my mind. I'll look into that. Thanks.
 

kkm

Professional
On YouTube there are free tutorials for such a range of things. The stuff that’s already out there, and the best way to learn - learning by doing and thinking critically and learning from one’s mistakes - should do the trick for most people.
 

Jster

Professional
Follow herb baird on youtube for fixed clamps.
For non fixed clamps, there is none. I am sorry. Up to this point of time, there is zero video that uses the starting pin.
 
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