Not too long ago, IIRC, there was a post regarding recommended string tension for playing in colder weather. The season is definitely upon us, with wet, cooler weather prevailing even here in the South. At any rate, my son will be playing in tournament tomorrow (boy's 16 singles) and I will be restringing his racquet tonight after a lesson. The temperature range has been from mid-30's early in the morning to a high in the low-50's. Assuming there is no rain delay, of course, as that is in the forecast, too. I did a search on the forum for threads dealing with "cold weather stringing". The most pertinent hits, IMO, are as follows: Is It the Weather's Fault? http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=173911 Strings for Cold Weather http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=224212 Tension Difference Winter to Summer http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=262018 I thought I would throw these out to save others who are similarly interested some time. Also, if anyone else has some thoughts on seasonal setups or favorite winter season strings/tensions, this might be a good place to share them. I'll probably go with a poly hybrid at reduced tension or a full multi at regular tension for tomorrow depending upon how tonight's lesson went; he normally hits a Luxillon (ALU Power or Rough) hybrid at 60 lbs in a Pure Drive standard. Cheers!