To this player, we’d recommend re-stringing every three months. While you won’t break your strings, the tension of your strings (how tight or loose they are) will change dramatically in that time. Your strings begin losing tension the moment your racket is taken off the stringing machine.
Simply so, how much is it to string a tennis racket?
All in all, expect to pay about $10 to $20 for the labor. So depending on your string choice, you may end up paying from $15 to $70 to have your racquet strung. But for most people, the costs will be in the $30 to $40 range, give or take.
Also question is, how long does it take to get a tennis racket restrung?
How do I know if my tennis racket needs restringing?
The appearance of the strings – The easiest way to know when it’s time to restring is by noticing how your strings look. If your strings are fraying or look shaggy, the strings are starting to come apart and you’re not going to get as much spin or power when you hit the ball.
How Hard is Stringing Racquets? The answer is: it’s fairly easy. … After about 4/5 attempts I’m more than competent and can string a racquet in about 40 minutes to a high standard. I still need to make a few improvements on my tie off knots and weaving speed but once you get the hang of it you can do it on auto pilot.