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Likewise, how fast does Tennis Express ship?
Most orders will ship within 24 hours via Ground delivery. Please allow 7-10 days for delivery. Orders received after 2 p.m. Central will be shipped the following day. Customers will receive e-mail notice when an order can not be shipped within 48 hours.
Keeping this in consideration, what racquet does Federer use?
What is demo racket?
Demo racquets come in a grip size 2 (4 1/4) and/or 3 (4 3/8). … Save the return label and the box provided to return the racquets. 3 Use the racquets for a week (7 days) starting the day you received them. Read More. If you need more time to demo the racquets we charge an extra $2 fee per racquet, per day.
FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $50
Valid in the 48 Contiguous U.S. only. Limited time offer. … Orders do Not ship or deliver on Saturday, Sunday or select Holidays. Orders placed before 2:00PM CST will be shipped within one business day.
Will I have to pay any taxes or import duties? There are no U.S. taxes; however, you will be responsible for any additional customs handling fees, duties and/or taxes. … Tennis Warehouse will not issue credit in cases where packages are not delivered due to non-payment of fees, refusal or abandonment.
Orders received Monday through Friday after 12:00 pm EST (9:00 am PST) ship the next business day. Orders do not ship or deliver on Saturday, Sunday or observed holidays. Delivery is guaranteed in 2 business days once the package departs our warehouse.
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.
Tennis strings are made of natural gut, nylon (multifilament) or polyester (monofilament). Natural gut and nylon strings are best for beginner to intermediate players due to their power and comfort properties while polyester is best for advanced players due to its stiffer, control-oriented properties.