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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