Services & Pricing
|Overgrip and Installation|
|Grip Resizing Increase||$9.90|
|Racquet Stringing Lessons||$50.00 per hour|
Correspondingly, how often should you Regrip your tennis racket?
A general rule you can follow is to replace your overgrip every 6-8 hours of play, and your replacement grip 1-3 times per year.
Subsequently, can you Regrip a tennis racket?
Changing your tennis overgrip—or regripping your racket—is simple to do, and essential for every tennis player to learn: Remove your old overgrip. … Use scissors or your nails to peel off the finishing tape (the little piece of tape securing the overgrip to itself), then unwrap the grip.
How do I know my tennis racket grip size?
Ruler Test: To measure grip size using the ruler test, first place the fingers of your racket hand together, then align a ruler’s edge with the the bottom horizontal crease of your palm. Next, measure to the tip of your ring finger, this measurement is your grip size.
Grips are either replacement grips OR overgrips. A replacement grip can be applied directly onto the handle of a racquet, they have a sticky backing and offer a reasonable amount of cushioning. An overgrip, on the otherhand, does not have a sticky backing and is typically much thinner.
All tennis strings will lose tension over time. They begin to lose tension as soon as they leave the stringing machine. Depending on the type of string, in the first 24 hours after stringing, strings can lose roughly 10 per cent of their tension, and this continues when you play with the racquet.
How Long Does the Overgrip Last? Overgrips typically last between 3 to 40 hours of play. If your hands sweat a lot, the overgrip will wear out faster and may need to be changed in as little as 3 to 24 hours of play.