String Patterns

This section is continually updated with the latest tennis racket stringing patterns.  (coming soon).  It becomes convenient to have all the specs located in one place.  When you are jsut getting started stringing it helps to see what the 'string pattern' is and what holes you skip.

HOW TO READ THE TABLE:  The brand will be listed first with the racket model listed second.  Be sure to look carefully at the 'model' number because there are a lot of similiar frames that have some minor changes and several of the same frame may have two different 'string pattern' configuration.  The next thing is the breakdown of which holes get skipped.

SKIPPING HOLES:  What does this mean.  Well when you are stringing you need to be able to determine what holes you skip when stringing the mains and crosses.  Get yourself familiar with your racket first and then try to start looking at tennis rackets and figure out where the skipped holes are and how that affects your stringing.

                                  STRINGING PATTERNS FOR TENNIS RACKETS

BRAND MODEL String pattern Skipped holes
Babolat Pure Drive VS 16 Mains / 19 Crosses Mains skip: 7T,9T,7H,9H Two Pieces No Shared Holes
Wilson Ultra 100cv2018 16 Mains x 19 Crosses Mains skip 8T and 8H. Tie off mains at 7T.

Ultra 100 CV
I am currently updating this page so please stay tuned! 2/2019

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