String 5 rackets & Get 1 " FREE" for Babolat RPM Blast Tennis Racket Stringing Usual $29 per racket Offer $21 per racket,,,,,, 25% Super Offer Sep 25 to 30, Badminton Yonex BG66 Usual $29 Offer $15, Squash Tecnifibre 305 Usual $35 Offer $25.
Where to buy Overgrips, Replacement Grips, Tennis Balls, Shuttlecock, Squash Balls
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Tennis Racket Stringing from $12.95, Badminton Racket Stringing from $12.95, Squash from $15.
All prices displayed are inclusive of both the string as well as the stringing of the racket.
Phone : 64790195
For Racket Stringing Service by Courier, Stringing from the comfort of your home/office without making a trip to the Racket Restringing shop, Click Here for link to input personal info and choose strings .
For Racket Stringing Service by Courier, Stringing from the comfort of your home/office without making a trip to the Racket Restringing shop, Click Here to Engage courier company Qoo10 Qxpress QDelivery to pick up your racket/s (Estimate $4.50) and send to Racket-Restring.com address 56 Strathmore Avenue, #13-123, Singapore 140056(also input phone number 64790195) .
Racket Restringing Service by Courier, from the comfort of your home/office without making a trip to the racket restringing shop
From the comfort of your home or
office. Estimated 2 to 4 working
days after we receive the racket/s
from courier and confirmation of
Discount 5% for 2 rackets
and 10% for three rackets
Prices include the string and the
restringing service and delivery to
your address. An estimated $4.50 payment
to be paid to the courier
Step 1 : Write Name, Handphone number and
mail Address on paper and tape to racket
Step 2 : Protect Your Rackets using the
instructions given below
Step 3 : Choose your strings and tension
using the link given above/below
Step 4 : Engage courier company Qoo10 Qxpress
QDelivery to pick up your racket/s
Estimate $4.50 and send to Racket-Restring.com
address 56 Strathmore Avenue, #13-123
Singapore 140056(also input phone
number 64790195) using the link above/below
Step 5 : Pay using Paynow/Internet Banking
Step 6 : Stringing of your racket/s
Step 7:Your racket/s shall be sent to your address
How to protect your racket : Wrap the
rackets individually using 1 layer of clean
plastic bag. Then wrap the rackets
individually using 3 layers of bubble wrap
purchased from Shopee.sg(Or 5 layers
of old newspaper)(Or 2 layers of old
unwanted worn out T-shirts or Shirts or
Blouse or Dress or Towels or Bedsheets
or Curtains or Table Cloths or Sofa Covers
or Pillow Cases).Then wrap using 1 layer
of plastic bag to wrap all of the many
tennis/badminton rackets together into
one bundle/parcel. Then use lots of
masking tape or scotch tape to secure
tightly. Print the QRcode/Airway Bill from
the courier company and attach to the
rackets bundle using scotch tape
Shop nearby at Ikea, Anchorpoint Shopping Centre, Dawson Place Shopping Centre(Subway, Koufu aircon foodcourt). Click here for details on where to go.
Racket grips, badminton shuttlecocks, tennis balls and squash balls available.
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Sunday & Public Holiday - Blk 56A, 60A & 53A
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1. How often should I restring?
For beginner players, strings may be replaced after three months. Intermediate players may restring after two months, and advanced players may be stringing their rackets after one month or even less. 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 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 little apparent correlation to style of play.
3. How to take care of your racket?
Replace the grip when it becomes worn. Do not expose the racket to excessive moisture. Use the racket to play the game(do not use the racket for any other purpose). Do not go above the manufacturer's specified maximum tension. Do not expose the racket to excessive heat.
4. Can you leave your racket in the car?
Do not leave your racket in a car on a scorching day. Ten minutes will ruin the string tension, and it might even soften the frame
5. Does hot weather affect racket strings?
Hot weather makes everything softer, including strings. To compensate, switch to a harder string type, and string at higher tensions
6. Why do strings break?
The longer vertical strings are often the first to snap after rubbing against the cross strings as a player puts spin on the ball/shuttlecock. Players that use lots of spin are more likely to break their strings more often because the spin causes more movement in the strings therefore more wear and tear
7. Do strings move?
Generally, if you hit with spin(which pushes the string), it will cause the strings to move
8. How do I know if my racket needs restringing?
The appearance of the strings - The easiest way to know when it's time to restring is by noticing how your strings look. If your strings are fraying or look shaggy, the strings are starting to come apart and you're not going to get much power when you hit the ball/shuttlecock
9. Do racket strings go bad?
Strings wear down from play and subsequently lose their tension and resilence. If left too long, it can negatively affect your performance, comfort, and feel.
10. How does string tension affect spin?
Tighter strings produce less velocity, and the ball/shuttlecock will land shorter in the court. To make up for this, the player might swing harder generating more spin.
11. Why do tennis players choose balls?
Tennis players may check three balls or more before serving so that they can select one smooth ball and one fluffy ball. The smooth ball is used for the first serve. Because the hairs are flattened down, the ball travels faster than an older ball, which should make it harder to return.
12. Why do players have so many rackets?
Strings can break at any time. It's recommended to always have at least two rackets that are strung and ready to go before each match. Many intermediate and advanced players carry additional rackets to make adjustments based on playing condition and other factors
13. How often should you change your overgrip?
While it is difficult to attach an hourly lifespan to a grip. In order to benefit from the best performance of the grip materials, overgrips should be replaced every 3 to 6 hours of play and replacement grips every 2 to 3 months
14. What badminton string is best for smashing?
The thinner string have more repulsion power. For a more powerful smash you want a thin string.
15. Why are tennis balls kept in the fridge?
Keeping them cold causes their internal air volume to shrink, so that they don't leak even the slightest bit.
16. Should I use overgrip?
A overgrip is necessary to preserve the original grip, add more cushion, absorb sweat and keep it from slipping in your hands.
17. Do strings lose tension over time?
The first, and most apparent reason, to replace your strings is that they will lose tension over time.
18. How much does Roger Federer's racket cost?
The Swiss superstar is adored by fans for his fluid game and amazing range of shots. However, no one knows that Roger Federer's racket cost $40000
19. Do tennis strings expire?
If you are an intermediate player, you wlll want to replace them after two months or less than that.
20. Can you microwave tennis balls?
You never microwave a tennis ball.
21. What is the most expensive tennis rackets?
Wilson Pro Staff 85 Original($2800)
22. How to tell if a tennis ball is good?
A healthy ball will also have a bright yellow glow. Squeeze the ball - A ball that has gone bad will be as hard as a rock or extra squishy. A good ball will have some resistance and give. Bounce the ball - Your should be able to bounce a ball with little force only to have it bounce lightly back to you.
23. What is the fuzz on a tennis ball called?
The fuzzy covering on a tennis ball is known as the nap. It not only changes the speed of the ball, but also imparts spin to it as the ball travels through the air
24. What is a dead ball in tennis?
A ball that is old and has lost its bounce.
25. Do new tennis balls make a difference?
25. The difference between old and new ball is that the old ball is softer. This means that it will stay longer on the stringbed upon contact. This results in more power, spin, and control
26. How quickly does a tennis ball lose its bounce?
The ball may become dead after 10 games
27. Why do players eat bananas?
It is a good source of carbohydrate and potassium. When players play long matches, their energy levels may lull and they may succumb to cramp if they lose too much potassium. Bananas help players refuel.
28. How high should a tennis ball bounce?
A bounce between 135 and 147 cm at 69 degrees.
29. How many tennis balls are thrown away each year?
300 million tennis balls are discarded every year
30. How often should tennis balls be replaced?
For most players, new cans of balls should be fine for a best of 3 sets match but they will start to lose their bounce after just a few games. As intermediate and advanced players hit the ball harder then beginner players, they change to a new set of balls every 9 games
Super Offer from Sep 25 to 30 for Racket Restringing of Tennis, Badminton and Squash Rackets
Now 4.00 dollars discount per racket if you restring
your racket(s) on Wednesday orThursday or Friday or Saturday
. e.g. 8.00 dollars discount for 2
rackets, 12.00 dollars discount for 3 rackets, 16.00
dollars discount for 4 rackets, and so on
Now 4.50 dollars discount per racket if you send your
racket(s) between 12.00pm to 12.55pm on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, ...e.g. 9.00 dollars discount
for 2 rackets, 13.50 dollars for 3 rackets, 186.00
discount for 4 rackets, and so on
Now 4.50 dollars discount per racket if you send your
racket(s) on Monday, Tuesday, between 6.30pm to 7.25pm
. e.g. 9.00 dollars disount for 2 racket. 13.50 dollars
discount for 3 rackets, 18.00 discount for 4 and so on
Now 5.00 dollars discount per racket if you send your racket(s) on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday between 5.30pm to 7pm . e.g. 10.00 dollars disount for 2 racket. 15.00 dollars discount for 3 rackets, 20.00 discount for 4 and so on
25 % Discount from Sep 25 to 30 for Tennis Racket Stringing
Babolat RPM Blast : Usual Price $28.95, Offer Price $21.00
Solinco Confidential : Usual Price $28.95, Offer Price $20.50
Luxilon Alu Power : Usual Price $33.50, Offer Price $25.00
Head Velocity : Usual Price $29.50, Offer Price $20.50
Technifibre X-One Biphase :Usual Price $36, Offer Price $28.00
Technifibre MultiFeel : Usual Price $27.95, Offer Price $20.50
Solinco Hyper G : Usual Price $28.95, Offer Price $20.50
Solinco Tour Bite, Usually $29.50, Offer $20.50
Yonex PolyTour Pro : Usual Price $27.50, Offer Price $20.50
Genesis Trionic Usual $21 Offer $12.95
Solinco Tour Bite Usual $29 Offer $20.50
Luxilon Alu Power Rough Usual $34, Offer $25
Solinco Hyper G Soft Usual $29 Offer $20.50
Solinco Tour Bite Soft Usual $29 Offer $20.50
Head Lynx Tour Usual $29 Offer $20.50
Head Hawk Touch Usual $35 Offer $24.50
Signum Pro Poly Plasma
Volkl Cyclone Usual $34, Offer $20
Signum Pro Firestorm
Volkl Cyclone Tour
Yonex Poly Tour Pro
Tier One Fire Wire
Tier One Black Knight
Tier One Ghost Wire
Tier One Tour Status
GrappleSnake Tour Sniper
GrappleSnake Game Changer
GrappleSnake Tour M8
Tecnifibre Black Code Usual $29 Offer $20.50
Mayami Hit Pro
Mayami Tour Hex
Mayami Big Spin
Tourna Big Hitter Silver
Luxilon 4G Soft
Babolat RPM Soft
Babolat RPM Blast Rough
25 % Discount from Sep 25 to 30 for Badminton Racket Stringing
Yonex BG70 Pro Usually $29, Offer $15.00
Yonex BG85 $32, Offer $17.50
Yonex Japan JP SkyArc, Usually $37, Offer $23.50
Yonex Lin Dan 66, Usually $39, Offer $27.50
Yonex BG66 Ultimax
Yonex Aerobite Boost
Yonex Nanogy 98
Yonex Nanogy 99
Yonex Nanogy 95
Yonex BG80 Power
Yonex BG66 Brilliant
Yonex Exbolt 63
Yonex Exbolt 65
25 % Discount from Sep 25 to 30 for Squash Racket Stringing
Technifibre 305, Usually $38, Offer $25.00
Ashaway SuperNick XL
Dunlop DNA Usually $28 Offer $15.00
25 % Discount from Sep 25 to 30 for Solinco Hyper G & Solinco Hyper G Soft Tennis Racket Stringing
Usual Price $29.50, Now $20.50
Sizes Available : 1.30mm, 1.25mm, 1.20mm, 1.15mm, 1.10mm, 1.05mm
Latest New Release
25 % Discount from Sep 25 to 30 for Luxilon Alu Power Vibe Tennis Racket Stringing
Usual Price $39.50, Now $27.50
Sizes Available : 1.25mm
Wilson Pro Comfort overgrip
Wilson Pro Sensation overgrip
Wilson Advantage overgrip
Tourna Grip XL overgrip
Tourna Grip Mega Tac overgrip
Tourna Tuff XL overgrip
Tourna Tac XL overgrip
Touna Soft Tac overgrip
Yonex Super Grap overgrip
Head Extreme Soft overgrip
Head Prime Tour overgrip
Head Super Comp overgrip
Babolat VS Original overgrip
Babolat Pro Response overgrip
Babolat Pro Tour overgrip
Babolat Pro Tacky overgrip
Baboat Tour Original overgrip
Gamma Supreme overgrip
Gamma Pro Wrap overgrip
EcoGrip Hi-Tac overgrip
EcoGrip Smooth overgrip
Tecnifibre Players Pro overgrip
Tecnifibre Contact Pro overgrip
Wilson Cushion-Aire Classic Sponge replacement grip
Wilson Cushion-Aire Classic Perforated replacement grip
Wilson Cushion-Aire Classic Contour replacement grip
Wilson Sublime replacement grip
Wilson Micro-Dry Comfort replacement grip
Head Hydrosorb Comfort replacement grip
Head Hydrosorb replacement grip
Head Hydrosorb Pro replacement grip
Head Dual Absorbing replacement grip
Head Softac Traction replacement grip
Babolat Syntec Pro replacement grip
Babolat Syntec Team replacement grip
Babolat Syntec Evo replacement grip
Babolat Syntec Uptake replacement grip
Karakal PU Super Grip replacement grip
Karakal X-RIP replacement grip
Tourna Pro Thin replacement grip
Tourna Mega Wrap replacement grip
Tourna Tour Grip replacement grip
Gamma Pro Rx replacement grip
Gamma Ultra-Cushion Textured replacement grip
Gamma Pro Control replacement grip
Where to buy
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How much does it cost to restring your tennis racket in Singapore?
It cost between $13.00 to $88.00 to restring your tennis racket in Singapore
Where can you restring your tennis racket in Singapore??
You can restring your tennis racket at Racket-Restring.com in Singapore
Opening Days and Hours
Sep 24, Sun, Open 10.30am to 2.55pm
Sep 25, Mon, Open 12.05pm to 3.55pm
Sep 26, Tue, Open 6.30pm to 7.25pm
Sep 27, Wed, Open 10.30am to 3.55pm
Sep 28, Thurs, Open 9.30am to 10.55am
Sep 29, Fri, Open 10.30am to 3.55pm
Sep 30, Sat, Open 9.30am to 10.55am
Oct 1, Sun, Open 10.30am to 3.55pm
Oct 2, Mon, Open 12.05pm to 3.55pm
Oct 3, Tue, Open 6.30pm to 7.25pm
Oct 4, Wed, Open 10.30am to 7.25pm
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