Looking for B/G set

Does anyone have a B/G set for the original Prince Graphite 90 frame? If so please PM me.

Know your sources

I am constantly amazed at some of the information I find online these days which begs the question of just who you trust when it comes to the products you use for your clients. To that end, I’ve picked one source that I found when I did a generic google search to find what people [see more]

Staple Guns

One of the most frequent questions that come up in our profession is about staplers or staple guns used to secure a new replacement grip. Opinions seem to run the full spectrum. Some prefer manual while others swear by an electric. The purist, however, will stand by their choice of a good pneumatic stapler. Surprisingly, [see more]

Starting clamps – yes or no

There have always been a lot of questions surrounding the use of a starting clamp. Addressing the use of this tool as it applies to the cross string starting process only, the correct technique would be to use a tool such as the Gugel Offset Tube. Since this tool has a variety of uses, the [see more]

Videos back on line

I had a member report recently that the videos weren’t rendering properly. After over a week of research and digging into the problem, I finally got it resolved so for anyone who’s been trying to look at the video library or any new members who have wondered what was going on, you can rest easy–it’s fixed.

You are important!

For as long as I can remember, tennis has had a fair share of misconceptions when it comes to racquets, string & tension that have been rather difficult to expose and correct. For example, when you need a new racquet who do you talk to? Once you’ve chosen your racquet who do you trust to recommend [see more]

Lapse in getting Wilson racquet reviews posted

Hi all Due to a few things out of my control, it’s taken me much longer to get the 2018 Wilson racquet reviews posted. Yep, the year is almost over but IMHO, better late than never so I’m going to try and get a few of those reviews done over the Christmas break.  

Ashaway Introduces New MultiKill® 17 Polyurethane-Based Racquetball String

Developed in response to market demand, string is designed for power players to cut and spin the ball Ashaway, RI – Ashaway Racket Strings has introduced a new polyurethane (PU) based, multifilament nylon string for racquetball. Utilizing proprietary new polyurethane technology, MultiKill® 17 is designed to add toughness and durability for players who like to [see more]

Bother us!

I was discussing websites and blogs with a client this morning and asked why he didn’t respond to any of the posts even though, according to him, he reads all of them? “Well, I don’t want to bother you”, he answered! I can’t speak for everyone that posts but I want to be bothered! If [see more]

Give It a Rest!

“Hey, John. Two of the racquets at XXXXXX for you to restring. Let’s eliminate polyester for a little while and give my elbow a rest.” This request is becoming much more frequent but what makes this one a little unusual is that it is already a hybrid format!  A nice multifilament in the main strings and [see more]