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Tennis Strings prices vary on different aspects such as, where it is made of, the durability, the brand and etc.
In tennis, the strings are the part of a tennis racket which make contact with the ball. Strings have been made with a
variety of materials and possess varying properties that have been measured, such as dynamic stiffness, tension
retention, thickness (gauge), string texture (shape of the string), and rebound
efficiency.
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Tennis Strings: A players view from a cost standpoint

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Tennis players from the aspiring tennis professional to the recreational club player often secretly wish to be able to hit a forehand like Novak Djokovic, hit exquisite spin and angles like Roger Federer, and cover the court and run down shots like Rafael Nadal. So one way or the other, they think that by using their rackets, they can somehow hit with the same spin and power, wear the same shoes they wear, they can now sprint faster, and get to every ball that comes their way. If you are one of those players, then you have fallen for their very persuasive and clever marketing and advertising strategy!

 

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Tennis is a very expensive sport, from rackets, equipments, balls, and apparel. It will cost you thousands just to be able to start, let alone keep playing the sport. But tennis as a form of recreation, exercise and socialization need not be THAT expensive! Local brands are already starting to come up, with Accel producing cheaper alternatives to shoes and apparel comparable to the Adidas and Nike’s which cost double  or even three times more.

 

Another item where we players needlessly spend is on tennis strings. We also get caught on what brand Nadal or Federer uses that we think that by using their strings, we can also hit like them. For the intermediate or club level player, the high-end brand strings which costs thousands of pesos make only a minimal or no difference in the way you hit the ball, unless you are a highly advanced competitive player, where the strings affect the subtle spins and cuts you make on the ball. Strings like the Silver Sky Rough Banger, which plays similar to the Luxilon Alu Rough, but only at less than 20% of the price. The Silver Sky Turbo Spin, which is of the same make and playability as the Tecnifibre Black Code, but only at about 30% of the cost. The savings you can get on these strings can be spent on playing more, or getting a pro or coach to give you lessons to REALLY improve your game!

 

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ATP/WTA Pros and their Strings

ATP/WTA Pros and their Strings

By: Pinoy10sCoach

Ever wonder what particular string and tension Roger Federe or Rafa Nadal use? Here is a look at the Top professionals and the string and tension they use. You’ll be surprised with some of them!

ATP/WTA PRO

String Type/Brand

Tension (Lbs)

Roger Federer

Wilson Natural Gut/Luxilon Big Banger Alu Power Rough

48.5 (Main)/44 (Cross)

Rafael Nadal

Babolat RPM Blast

55

Andy Murray

Luxilon Big Banger Alu Power Rough/Babolat VS Team

62

Maria Sharapova

Babolat VS Team/Babolat RPM Blast

62

Novak Djokovic

Babolat VS Team Natural Gut/Luxilon Big Banger ALU Power Rough

55 (Main)/ 52 (Cross

Juan Martin Del Potro

Luxilon Big Banger Alu Power Rough

62

Serena Williams

Wilson Natural Gut

66

Caroline Wozniacki

Babolat VS Team Natural Gut

57

Sabine Lisicki

Luxilon Big Banger Alu Power Rough/Wilson Natural Gut

52 (Main) / 50(Cross)

Ana Ivanovic

Luxilon Big Banger Alu Power Rough

52

Jo-Wilfred Tsonga

Babolat VS Team

59.5

Bob Bryan

Prince Natural Gut/ Luxilon Big Banger

56 (Main) / 52 (Cross)

Mike Bryan

Prince Natural Gut/ Luxilon Big Banger

54 (Main) / 51 (Cross)

Tomas Berdych

Luxilon Big Banger Alu Power

55

David Ferrer

Luxilon Big Banger Original

51

 

The consensus seems to be a combination of Natural Gut and the Luxilon Big Banger Alu Power for the top professionals. Want to play like the pros but string prices out of your budget? Visit  http://silverskysports.com/en/2-tennis-strings and find similar type strings at less than half the price!

 

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Buying Affordable Tennis Strings Online?

Buying Affordable Tennis Strings Online?

The strings are the part of a tennis racquet which makes contact with the ball. The strings form a woven network inside the head (or “hoop”) of the racquet. Strings have been made with a variety of materials and possess varying properties that have been measured, such as dynamic stiffness, tension retention, thickness (gauge), string texture (shape of the string), and rebound efficiency.

That’s why Silver Sky Sports provide every tennis player affordable high quality tennis strings at the best possible price. Understand the value of customer’s hard earned money. Don’t believe need expensive advertisements or superstar endorsements to give you the best tennis strings in the market. These are also the reasons why we are able to keep our prices very affordable for the tennis market.  The commitment to customers is to continuously provide the best tennis strings of unparalleled price for everyone to enjoy.

Silver Sky Sports have different kinds of tennis strings that you can buy in affordable price but high quality. Supplying high performance tennis racquet strings and grips at the lowest possible price. Join the thousands of players, coaches and stringers that are enjoying the benefits of using Silver Sky Sports products. You will win more tennis matches while saving money!

Silver Sky Sports have Buying more, saves you more: quantity & volume discount pricing structures

Silver Sky Sports Strings are commonly grouped in four different categories; Natural Gut, Multifilament, Monofilament, and Polyester. Natural Gut will provide players with the most feel and touch, while Polyester will provide players with the most durability. Multifilament and Monofilament are made from synthetic gut material and provide players with a fair balance of both feel and durability.

You can purchase name brand strings at much higher cost or you can get equivalent strings from us at great savings.  The choice is yours.

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ABOUT TENNIS STRINGS and STRINGING

ABOUT TENNIS STRINGS and STRINGING

ABOUT TENNIS STRINGS and STRINGING

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Strings may be the soul of racquet, but to many players they are just an afterthought. Players will spend 6 months demoing racquets and 6 minutes choosing a string. Fortunately, synthetic string technology has improved dramatically over the last 20 years and there are very few “bad” strings. However, not all strings (and string tensions) are right for all players. Every player has different needs and preferences. Here are a few guidelines to make your string and tension selection easier.

MATERIALS

Nylon – synthetic gut or nylon? Truth be told, synthetic gut is nylon. In fact, most of today’s “performance synthetics” are constructed of nylon, albeit a higher grade than basic nylon string. Today’s manufacturing processes produce nylon strings (or synthetic gut, if you insist) that provide a good combination of playability and durability. In the old days (wood racquet era), any self-respecting player used natural gut. Nylon was so bad that only beginners used the stuff. Today, 98% of non-professional players use nylon strings. It’s that much better. Other string materials include:

Natural Gut – the ultimate in playability and feel. Often overlooked due to it’s cost, natural gut is the best choice for players with arm problems or those who simply want the best. Formerly, the number one choice of ATP and WTA tour players. Now used more in hybrids, combining polyester mains with natural gut crosses. Natural gut gut offers maximum feel and control due to it’s low dynamic stiffness, which provides better ball “pocketing”, and a slight texture that provides more ball grab for enhanced spin.

Polyester – a very durable string designed for string breakers-not much power or feel. Polyester strings became very popular with ATP players, because it provides added durability, doesn’t move and “deadens” the stringbed. While this isn’t a desireable feature for most recreational players, it is for many of todays ATP and (some) WTA players. They’re bigger, stronger, swing faster and use more powerful racquets than players from the past. Often used in hybrids, combining polyester mains with softer synthetic or natural gut mains. This offers the durability benefits of polyester, while reducing the stiff, dead feel. Also easier to string than 100% polyester. Not recommended for beginning players or players with arm injuries.

Kevlar – The most durable string available. Kevlar is very stiff and strings up very tight. Therefore, it is usually combined with nylon to reduce the string bed stiffness (Kevlar main strings, nylon cross strings). Still, Kevlar hybrids are the least powerful and least comfortable strings currently available. Players trying kevlar hybrids for the first time (from nylon strings) are recommended to reduce tension by 10% to compensate for the added stiffness. Not recommended for beginners or players with arm injuries.

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Tennis strings : which tension?

Tennis strings : which tension?

Tennis strings : which tension?

In tennis, the strings are the part of a tennis racquet which make contact with the ball. The strings form a woven network inside the head (or “hoop”) of the racquet. Strings have been made with a variety of materials and possess varying properties that have been measured, such as dynamic stiffness, tension retention, thickness (gauge), string texture (shape of the string), and rebound efficiency.

Tension of a tennis racket
The tension of a tennis racket is the number of kilograms which are being placed on the tennis string at the moment they are strung into the tennis racket.
Stringing and power are reversibly related, just like power and control.
The more tension on a tennis racket, the less power, the more control.

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Affordable Tennis Strings Shop Online

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Wasting Your Money on Expensive Tennis Stings?

Its time to shift to the best quality tennis strings at the best price in the market
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Tennis String Composition

The material used in tennis string can significantly affect a player’s performance, and even health. Several materials are used to make tennis strings. They vary in terms of elasticity, durability, rebound efficiency, tension holding capability, and manufacturing cost, among other considerations.

Natural Gut

Animal intestine is the most resilient material used to make tennis strings. It has better tension retention than any other material, and also is softer than any other material used for tennis strings. It provides the most energy return, meaning it is the most efficient string. It remains soft at high tensions while other materials tend to dramatically stiffen. This allows gut string to enable players to string rather tightly to improve ball control without losing much rebound efficiency (power) and without greatly increasing impact shock, which can hurt the elbow and other joints.

Its principal drawbacks are much higher cost to manufacture and purchase than other materials, weakness to shear stresses from off-center hits (typical of beginning players), variable quality control depending upon the brand, batch, age, storage conditions, and grade, difficulty of stringing due to its delicacy, and poor durability when wetted with water. Natural gut is very sensitive to different types of weather and those players who use it normally carry several different racquets with different tensions to compensate for this. Some players, particularly those who hit flat shots and hit the sweet spot consistently, find high-quality gut to be more durable than many other types of strings due to its outstanding tension retention. This may help to offset the high initial cost. The use of a dense string pattern also generally improves the longevity of natural gut.

Natural gut is produced by drying fibers extracted from a part of the cow intestine called the serous membrane, or serosa, which contains collagen designed to withstand the stretching and contraction of the intestine. It is this elasticity that makes the fibers useful for tennis string. Sheep intestines have also been used for racquet strings in the past.

The first natural gut tennis string was rumored to be manufactured in 1875 by Pierre Babolat, who would launch the VS brand of gut fifty years later. Natural gut is usually offered in coated form, to reduce its tendency to unravel, particularly when humid or wet.

Synthetic Gut

Synthetic gut is nylon, nearly always composed of a single filament. It is a very inexpensive string to manufacture and is generally the least expensive string to purchase.

Small changes from pure nylon are usually found in strings sold as “synthetic gut”. Textured coatings, colorants, and the addition of a small amount of Kevlar are the most common changes. Some manufacturers, such as Gosen, label nylon strings with words like “sheep”, as in sheep intestine, although such strings contain no gut.

Synthetic gut, as it is used for mono-filament nylon strings, is now a misnomer, as the creation of multi-filament strings has provided players with a better approximation of natural gut’s performance. Modern “synthetic gut” is actually a multi-filament string that holds its tension extremely well and which has a dynamic stiffness profile that is closest to natural gut, although the industry continues to apply the term to mono-filament nylon strings.

Multi-filament, or “Multi”

Multi-filament strings, known commonly as “multis” are strings that have more than one filament. They are most commonly made of many filaments of nylon, but can incorporate other materials such as polyurethane, Zyex, Vectran, Kevlar, and other materials. Multi-filament strings offer better elasticity than single filament strings, but usually inferior durability. No multi-filament string holds its tension as well as natural gut, and none of them is as soft.

However, in comparison to mono-filament “synthetic gut”, multi-filament strings can offer a much closer approximation of natural gut’s performance. The softest multi-filament strings can be made with Zyex and polyolefin, although some of the softest of these strings are no longer on the market.

Nylon

Nylon is the most popular string material for amateur players due to its low cost and the improvement in elasticity offered by multi-filament strings. Wear-resistant coatings for nylon strings are common, especially with multi-filament strings, because the outer filaments tend to break first as the racquet is used.

Polyester

Polyester is a stiff and durable string material, originally intended for use by frequent string breakers. It took the string time to become popular, primarily due to its poor tension holding capability. However, players feel they are able to apply more topspin to balls while maintaining control with polyester strings. Polyester’s support for heavy topspin in particular has made it the most popular material in the pro tour. The increased topspin due to polyester strings has been verified with controlled experiments. The exact cause for the increased spin is not known but there is strong evidence that the low friction between strings is a factor.

Kevlar

Kevlar is the stiffest, most durable synthetic string available,and is thus extremely hard to break. Although it is one of the best strings in terms of tension holding capability (next to natural gut), it is the most dangerous string when it comes to developing tennis elbow. Kevlar is often strung with another string, such as nylon), in order to combine both strings’ qualities, as Kevlar by itself feels too stiff for many tennis players, especially when combined with a stiff racquet. Some advocate using a very thin gauge Kevlar for increasing comfort, but even in the thinnest gauge it is a stiff string. Another strategy to increase comfort and improve rebound efficiency is to string Kevlar at a low tension.

Vectran

Vectran is the penultimate string in terms of stiffness and durability. It is perhaps the least commonly used contemporary string material. It is usually added to nylon string to increase nylon’s durability and stiffness, as with Kevlar. Yonex, for instance, offers two badminton strings, made primarily from nylon, which have Vectran strands. However, the Ashaway company offers a braided Vectran tennis string.

Zyex

Zyex string offers more rebound efficiency, i.e. gut-like dynamic stiffness, than other synthetic strings, particularly when strung at low tensions. This gives it playability that is more similar to natural gut than, arguably, other synthetic materials. It also has low overall stiffness. The Pro Kennex IQ Element Z string, for instance, has the lowest stiffness of any synthetic string yet tested.[1] The drawback of Zyex is that the outer wrapping materials in Zyex tennis string tend to be much less durable than the Zyex filaments inside the string and do not bond with them. This can lead to the outer wrapping wearing away, leaving the inner Zyex filaments.

Polyolefin

Polyolefin is one of the softest synthetic string materials, rivaling some Zyex and most nylon multi-filaments. It offers mediocre durability and tension retention, so it is generally used as the cross string in a hybrid string setup. For those who do not break strings very quickly, however, 100% polyolefin stringing may be a good alternative to natural gut and multi-filament strings. This is especially true for those who have had tennis elbow and find natural gut string to be too costly.

Metal wire

Metal wire, usually piano wire, was used in some historical racquets

 

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