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caption: how to wrap grip in your racquet?

Discussion in 'Grip' started by youngwind, Nov 2, 2011.

  1. youngwind

    youngwind Regular Member

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  2. Avenger

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    the pictures tell everything you need to know on how to warp your racket neatly

    P.S: the pictures tell you about how to use overgrip. it would be the same with replacement grip except you need to remove the factory grip
     
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    I wrap overgrips upside down.

    I start with the untappered end of the tape at the butt end of the racquet and wound up to the top and finish half way up the cone. I then use the double sided sticky tape to finish it. I don't use any end tape as I prefer it without as I serve (in doubles) with my thumb on the cone and want better grip.
     

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