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Racket restringing Chester

Squash, Tennis. Friendly, efficient, good value racket restrings with fast turn around.

The best way to contact me is by email contact@racketrestringingchester.co.uk

Or Call 0791 341 8215

Drop your racket at my house in Hoole and I will text you when it is ready.  Often the next day.

 

We restring squash and tennis rackets / racquets for Chester, Cheshire and North Wales.

I have been playing badminton, squash and tennis since I was a teenager and now at 53 I still love all three. I’m a former LTA tennis coach which is where I learned to string rackets in the 1980′s.

Chester Racket Restringing is here to provide you with fast, efficient, good value restrings with great customer service.

Payment is by cash on collection.  If you are dropping more than one racket with me I will ask for a cash deposit when you drop them off.

Please note we are not restringing badminton rackets at this time.

For badminton restrings contact Richard Morrissey

Phone Number: 07773455647

Email: richio@ntlworld.com

 

What string should I choose?

408992400The more expensive the string the better the playability, responsiveness and tension stability. The life of your string will be affected by how you play and the thickness and tension of your string.

In the main medium price strings of thicker gauge give good all round playability, life and value for money, such as Ashaway Zymax 67 badminton string.

Turn Around

We usually turn rackets around in 24 hours.

What tension should I have?

Tennis

High tensions 65 to 70 lbs = less power, more control, reduced life

Medium tensions 55 to 65 lbs = good all round playability and life

Low tensions 50 to 55 lbs = more power, less control, greater life

 

Squash

High tensions 33 to 40 lbs = less power, more control, reduced life

Medium tensions 28 to 33 lbs = good all round playability and life

Low tensions 24 to 28 lbs = more power, less control, greater life

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Learn how to restring rackets with our 4 part video tutorial guide




By David Taylor  Google+