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Tecnifibre Videos – Strings, Stringing Machines, and “The Human Machine”

Tweet From everything I’ve ever read, heard, and experienced, Tecnifibre is an outstanding tennis string company.  I’ve had the pleasure of playing with Tecnifibre X-One BiPhase and Tecnifibre NRG2 and really think highly of both these strings – especially X-One BiPhase.  In fact, along with Babolat Xcel Power, X-One BiPhase is one of my favorite […]

Tennis Stringing Tools

Tweet I am often asked questions about tennis stringing tools… Which tools to use, how to use them, when to use them, and so on. In the following video, I discuss the tennis stringing tools I use and how/why/when I use them. You may be surprised at how few tools I use. I like to […]

How To Cut Tips On Tennis String

Tweet Last week, I posted a video about How To Get String Through Blocked or Shared Holes. In it, I discussed cutting the tip of the string at a sharp, angled point in order to help get through a blocked or shared hole. In the video below, I go into a little more detail about […]

How To Get Tennis String Through Blocked & Shared Holes

Tweet When stringing, it can often be challenging to get string through blocked and shared holes. In the video below, I share my tips for accomplishing this with relative ease. After learning these tips, you’ll never again have difficulty getting string through blocked or shared holes. Thanks for checking in. DH

How To Cut Tails After Tying Knots

Tweet In the video below, I discuss how to properly cut the tails after tying off knots. You don’t want to cut them too short, and you don’t want to cut them too long. For added professionalism, you want to cut them “just right”. Watch the video to learn what “just right” means. Thanks for […]

8 Tips for Stringing Natural Gut

Tweet I’ve been stringing more natural gut tennis string lately, so I figured it would be a good time to pass along 8 helpful tips for stringing gut. As I state in the video, natural gut is extremely fragile, and much caution must be used when stringing it. So… Check out the following video to […]

5 Ways To Use A Starting Clamp

Tweet As I discuss in the following video, my starting clamp is one of my favorite, most-used racquet stringing tools. In fact, I use it so often that I’d be lost without it. In the video below, I explain 5 different ways in which I use my starting clamp. Check it out – I hope […]

Power Pads for Tennis – Part II

Tweet In a follow-up video to one I posted last week (How to Make and Use Power Pads for Tennis), I show some other options for power pads – plastic power pads and show a comparison between leather power pads and plastic power pads. Please check out the following video. Thanks for checking in. DH […]

How to Make and Use Power Pads for Tennis

Tweet Used extensively in the days of wooden racquets, power pads have become somewhat extinct over the past several years.  Still…  Some people, including someone with the initials RF, still prefer to use them in their racquets.  In the video below, I discuss what power pads are, how to make them, and how to use […]

Stringer’s Digest

Tweet The flagship product from the United States Racquet Stringer’s Association is its Stringer’s Digest – an incredibly useful resource for any tennis racquet stringer. In the video below, I discuss the benefits of being a member of the USRSA with a special focus on the benefit of receiving the Stringer’s Digest twice a year. […]