Badminton, Squash, Tennis Stringing
Badminton from $15, Squash from $24, Tennis from $24.
Price of string included.
It takes 60 minutes to restring one racket.
Shop nearby at Ikea, Anchorpoint Shopping Centre,
Dawson Place (Air con food court) while waiting for your racket/s.
Racket grips, tennis balls and badminton shuttlecocks available.
Monday to Friday: 7.50am - 9pm
Saturday, Sunday, Public Holiday: 7.30am - 9pm
Near Queenstown MRT
Map extracted from streetdirectory.com
Free parking: Saturday - Blk 57
Sunday & Public Holiday - Blk 56A, 57, 60A and 53A
|Yonex BG65Ti-Badminton String||Luxilon-Squash String|
|Yonex BG66-Badminton String||Babolat-Squash String|
|Yonex BG68Ti-Badminton String||Squash-Racket Grip|
|Yonex BG70Pro-Badminton String|
|Yonex BG80-Badminton String|
|Yonex BG80P-Badminton String|
|Yonex NBG99-Badminton String|
1. How often should I restring?
The conventional rule of thumb is to restring as often per year as you play per week, but no less often than twice per year. It won't hurt your racket to restring less often, but your strings might lose their responsiveness.
2. What's the best tension?
Generally, tighter strings offer more control, looser strings more comfort. Looser strings also seem to have more power because they tend to hit farther, probably due to their prolonging contact with the shuttlecock/ball while the racket moves upward with the stroke. String tension has a profound effect on the way a racket performs and feels. I've seen lots of players hate a racket strung at one tension, then love an identical frame strung differently. (This is a good point to keep in mind when trying rackets you're considering buying.) There's no single best tension, and the pros offer little guidance, with a huge range in their preferred tensions and no apparent correlation to style of play.