Restringing & Re-gripping Services
Phil Vivian & Jamie Vivian are both Professional Stringers accredited by the
United Kingdom Racket Stringers Association (UKRSA)
Phil Vivian has been a Professional Stringer for over four decades
Change your strings only when they break.
Lower tension and a multifilament string will aid power.
A thinner gauge string with a low to medium tension.
Combinations of monofilament string, especially with a shaped/angled bevel and a string tension tighter than average.
Have a coloured string, two colour options or a rainbow effect to brighten up the frame.
Lower tensions will result in more power and better feel, plus it will lower vibrations transmitted to the arm.
If you want more spin and control then use a higher than average tension.
MIX'N MATCH IT!
Choose a string colour to match the racket of the grip colour, or have a contrasting look to the racket to freshen up the look on court!
Have your own racket logo design to have stencilled on your racket strings!
Use a thicker gauge in a monofilament string at a higher tension to create a regular response to your ball striking.
GRIPS & ACCESSORIES
Change a worn grip when you have your next restring.
Add an overgrip or two to your main grip, or put a replacement grip over the existing one.
Take the main grip off the racket and replace it with one or two overgrips to make the grip size smaller.
Add strips of tape under the grip to shape/contour the grip to your personal specifications.
Add a vibration dampener to the frame and add more padding to the grip to reduce racket vibration to your arm.
Choose a coloured grip of your choice. Blue, red, yellow, green, white or pink.
Use a tackier overgrip to ensure a firmer grip when striking the ball.
Extend the grip on the racket to allow you to have a double handed grip on your backhand.
Match the grip colour to the string colour to have a smart looking frame to wield on the tennis courts!