Every single tennis player on earth has dealt with tennis strings that move around. We all know what it’s like to have to stand there between points, games, and sets to move the string back to the ideal straight position. How much time do you spend straightening your tennis strings per match? Wouldn’t you rather spend that time thinking about the next point? Yeah, we thought so.
You know that having straight tennis strings is vital for all levels of play. Straight tennis strings mean cleaner, more consistent ground strokes, more powerful serves, and more feel on plays at the net. Beyond having better shots, having straight strings gives your strings an optimal life span; misaligned tennis strings have the tendency to break quicker, resulting in more money spent on new tennis string.
So how does a tennis player fix strings that are not straight after points? It’s simple really, let us introduce the String Thing from String Pro Systems. This unique, fun, easy to use “thing” makes straightening your tennis strings easy and fast. Use String Thing between points. Use it before putting your racquet away to extend string-life. The more you use it, the straighter your strings will stay. Using the String Thing couldn’t be easier. Just brace your tennis racquet against your hip or side. Place the String Thing on the misaligned strings and press down firmly. Then, just roll up and down the main strings. That’s it! No need to go side-to-side, as the String Thing adjusts cross-strings at the same time.
Pretty simple right? Another neat feature of the String Thing is that it fits right in your pocket and is no bigger than half a tennis ball. We didn’t notice it in our pockets while tennis play. Don’t worry about breaking the String Thing, it’s made from some extremely durable materials.
If you want to have straight strings on a regular basis, and you want to have better tennis strokes – which make help you win more matches – then you should consider investing in one of the most affordable, easy to use weapons in your tennis arsenal. Grab your String Thing today!
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