Hi fellow stringers out there ? In analogy from tennis stringing where ( for the same racket size) an 18x20 racket needs about 1-2 kg less pulling tension then an 16x19 racket to get the same dynamic tension(DT)/stringbed stiffness - I am wondering If any of you stringers out there compensate for this when stringing rackets with 88 holes or even 96 holes ? I didnt even think about it but as a club stringer my players are not sponsored and have a mix of rackets and complain that a Forza 88 hole and especially 96 hole rackets feel stiff as a board although strung the same day as maybe a Yonex 76 hole racket. Surely the analogy with stringbed stiffness must be the same in badminton as in tennis. Even with extensive google searching I found only one information (here:How to Choose a Suitable Badminton Racket and What Makes It Important in Stringing – Sulkapalloliitto) where a guy says a 96 hole racket has 30% more stringbedstiffness copmared to a 72 hole) - which seems to me quite logical. So my question to others stringers out there is do you compensate with pulling tension depedning on racket string density and how much to you compensate? Should these (pulled) string tensions feel the same? 72 hole 12/13 kg 76 hole 12/12.5 kg ? 80 hole 12/12.2 kg )) ? 88 hole 11.5/12.5 kg ? 96 hole 11/12 (theoretically if 30 % stiffer should be just 12/13 x 0.7 =8,4/9,1 kg which seems absurdly low) What is your opinion out there ?