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    Huijun,

    How did your coach string his Ti-10? What was the cross tension?

    Quote Originally Posted by huijun
    I try the coach's racket with 32 lbs once. The bounce feeling at high tension is very good when doing push and net block. But it is very hard to generating power. After a couple of hard smashing, I feel pain on my wrist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    Huijun,

    How did your coach string his Ti-10? What was the cross tension?
    An oval-shaped racquet helps if you are stringing at high tension. No problem stringing at 30lbs/32lbs if you use a 6-point machine, with either 8 side supports and a screw/clamp-down system or 8 side supports and two simple posts at the head and throat. For added security, start stringing the crosses from the middle just like you do for the mains. The only thing you have to watch out for is to ensure your racquet is well secured before you start stringing, and to check and tighten the supports all the time. If you are a seasoned stringer, you can even get away with a simple 2-point, 4 supports (at the head and throat) clamp/screw-down machine. But make sure the clamps are long enough, not less than 1.5" long for the plastic inserts that contour the inside of the head and throat, that the racquet is seated and secured true, and properly and tightly clamped. Tighten the clamps if they become loose, as you string along. Again, it would be even more desirable with 2-point machines to start the crosses from the middle after you have strung the mains in a similar pattern.

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    I strung 3 of mine at 29... not 30.. but i still consider them high tensions... however... i am considering lowering all of them to 25 the next time i string coz i feel that i am performing better with my MP100 strung at 25..

    calvin

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