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the strings in a tennis racquet are simply called "strings".

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What is the thickness of a tennis racket string called?

The thickness of a tennis racket string is called its 'diameter'.


What is the fewest number of strings needed to string a tennis racket?

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What element is in a tennis racket string?

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What is the bat in tennis called?

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What is the way to swing a racket in tennis called?

The way to swing a racket in tennis is called a forehand.


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What is a new tennis racket made of?

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Does string tension of a tennis racket affect the speed of a tennis ball?

Yes. The ball will be forced back into your racket at a certain speed and will be somewhat shot out as if it was a slingshot.


What is the piece called on the tennis racket?

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How do you put a shock absorber on a tennis racket?

All you have to do to put the shock absorber on a tennis racket is to fasten the absorber between the two middle strings at the bottom of the racket head. Place one slit into the left string and the other slit into the right string and push it up until it starts to hit the horizontal string.


What is it called when a player hits the ball with the front of the racket?

There are two sides to the stringing pattern within the head of a tennis racket. The side of the stringing pattern which is used to strike the tennis ball is called the racket face. An easy way to remember this is to think of the racket "face" as having eyes. Eyes are a normal part of a face. The eyes of the racket face must see the approaching tennis ball, just prior to string-to-ball contact. I always use a black permanent marker pen to draw a face with eyes, nose, and a mouth on my teaching tennis racket.


How do you put strings on a tennis racket?

To string a racquet, you will need to purchase a string machine which can be found at most tennis site, or you could bring it to your local tennis store and ask if they string racquets. They usually charge around $20.00 per racquet.


What is the round part of a tennis racket called?

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What is the plastic strip on the top of a tennis racket called?

The piece of plastic strip that is on top of the tennis racket is called a bumper guard. There are different parts associated with the racket, which also include the butt cap, grip, heat, and throat.


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What is a different between a light tennis racket and a heavy tennis racket?

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Where are you allowed to put a shock absorber on a tennis racquet?

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What is the heart of a tennis racket?

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