CLASSIC METHOD TO STRING YOUR RACKET IN 2 KNOTS
This is the most common method of stringing for tennis. It allows you to string your racket quickly while ensuring a good quality of stringing. We recommend a 2 knot stringing method for your monofilament or multifilament tennis strings. We always start the stringing with the uprights in order to preserve the frame (tensioning the cross strings first may deform or even break your racket). For the same reason, we start with the centre uprights (MAIN) and work symmetrically to distribute the tension on the frame. As the crossbars are shorter than the uprights, we advise you to reduce the tension by one kilo when you start with the crossbars.
METHOD FOR STRINGING YOUR RACKET IN 4 KNOTS
To lay a hybrid string (2 different strings in the uprights and crossbars), it is necessary to use a 4 knot lay. This technique is also useful for the end of the reel, when you don’t have enough length to string your racket.