Discussion in 'Strings' started by Bobo Lat, Nov 10, 2005.
Is this true?
Not an accurate statement. The lower tension range can be very stable and perhaps even offer advantages over a tighter stringbed.
Yep, nothing is universal in tennis and stringing. There are always the exceptions and variables to keep in mind. I would say it would be slightly MORE stable (i.e. forgiving) at a lower tension.
Actually, the tighter the string, the less deflection potential, and the more the racquet will vibrate and shake on shots outside the sweetspot.
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