I presume this has been asked before, but I used the search engine in this forum and I didn't find anything, and I'm also short on time so I didn't want to go through a lot of threads and not find anything. Alright so I don't know much about stringing; all I know is about strings, which are good and which are bad, what kind/type there are etc., but when it comes to stringing and tension and strings that maintain tension and all that stuff I really don't know anything. So the thing is that I'm going to get my racket strung early in the morning today, I'm probably going to go with some type of Wilson Next (which was what I got the last time, don't remember exactly which one though) which it seems it has synthetic gut in it (I thought it was co-poly), but if not I'm going to have some type of co-poly string, either one of those. So this guy I hit with told me that he "double pulls" the strings so they hold the tension evenly or better or something like that, and he told me that the ones in the specific store I'll go don't do that. My problem was that my last string job felt like it was unbalanced or uneven or something like that, and I would get these really weird shots that went very long out of nowhere, and when I hit the ball it didn't feel compact so I was mis-hitting a lot. So I'm just asking for some tips here, like what can I say to the guy at the store so that it doesn't feel unbalanced like that.