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Introducing Pro Stringer Claws 2.0, the “World’s Sexiest Flying Clamps”

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Two plus years ago we waxed poetic about the Pro Stringer Claws. At the time we found them to be innovative in that they were the only flying clamps on the market with the ability to clamp off strings in frames without pinching them or leaving the string bed askew. Were they perfect? Well, not exactly, but they were pretty dang close and a lot better than anything Pro Stringer had provided in the past. In fact, they rivaled the long time king of the flying clamps, Stringway, for sure.

However, after heavy use we found the original Claws had some areas where they could be improved. Adjusting the clamping pressure required a tool. When string spacing got wide, usually at sides, top and bottom of stringbed, the main claw was not wide enough and a separate wider model had to be purchased to use in these instances. We also found with extensive use, literally 1000+ racquets, the claws would show signs of internal wear and would not hold strings as well.

The Pro Stringer design team set forth to address these issues and more. In 2021 a new prototype Claw was designed and produced. We were selected to be one of a worldwide test team to use them and share feedback.

These new prototype Claws, were wider and able to handle virtually all sized gaps between strings. The larger version was no longer needed and with a new adjustment knob it was simple to adjust them on the fly. Overall, the pleasure of using them had increased. The internals were beefier and the prototype claws themselves were oozing in quality. You could feel the precision.

We have been stringing with the prototypes for more than one year. We have strung hundreds of racquets with them and they have performed beyond our wildest expectations. In fact we have two that we have yet to clean. This is an intentional effort to see how long they can go before strings start slipping. Truth is, we can’t answer this question because the gripping power remains perfect with no slippage even though they have been intentionally neglected from a routine cleaning perspective.

The Pro Stringer design team did a fantastic job in testing, improving and bringing this polished product (literally) to market. They sourced a new manufacturer, significantly updated the look, finish and overall aesthetics and they are now ready and available for the tennis stringing public to use and enjoy.

I am in the minority, but for many years I have preferred using flying clamps when stringing. Straightening strings was always the bug in the ointment when using traditional flying clamps, but the original Claws addressed this concern. However, the new Claws 2.0 with all their precision and cosmetic splashi-ness, take this preference to an entirely new level. To me, when using them, I feel as if I have total control over the stringbed. The inner artisan flows out of me and stringing becomes more satisfying than ever before. I would often switch back and forth between the fixed clamps on my Baiardo and Star 5 and flying clamps, but with the Pro Stringer Claws 2.0 I just can’t imagine going back because it would be, IMO, taking a step backward. The beauty of using the Claws and joy of being in total control of the stringjob would be sacrificed…and that is not something I want to do.

The new Pro Stringer Claws 2.0 come in the mirror finish as in image above and a cosmetic upgrade with black and chrome (Opening images) and OOOHHH LA LA!…that black and chrome is sexy! I’d venture to say it’s the sexiest tennis clamp of any variety ever made. You will feel special when using it. My first time with this newly released model…I couldn’t stop looking at it. Admiring the beauty of it. It is truly something to behold. Of course, strings stay aligned due to design and the experience of using them is one that provides a deep sense of satisfaction and fulfilment .

Pro Stringer Claws 2.0 are currently available at and will soon be on our Guts and Glory web site. To quote a classic television show, “They are real and they are SPECTACULAR!” Get yours today. You will not be disappointed.

DISCLOSURE: When Pro Stringer was introduced many years ago, we were impressed with the innovative nature and spirit of their products. We reached out to them and eventually began working in a product testing and advisory capacity. We maintain that relationship today and we also serve as the source in the USA that warehouses and ships their products for them. While there is an affiliation, this blog entry is a personal opinion and is in no way influenced by our working relationship. I truly believe in this company and the innovations they are bringing to the stringing profession. Stay tuned because there is more in store and even more to see in 2023!

“Knot Too Far!” – Our Innovative Take On Racquet Stringing via Mail

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Times are changing. Paradigms are shifting. The way consumers and businesses interact are much different in 2022 than they were just 5 years ago. A dedicated family run business such as ours, must adapt to stay current and relevant. We aren’t satisfied with simply being “revelant”, so “industry leading” is what we are aiming to achieve with our new “Knot Too Far” Distance Racquet Stringing Service.

Between the meteoric rise of Amazon and the shocking cultural upheaval of the Coronavirus Pandemic, the way consumers are being serviced is changing dramatically. Amazon is a monster. Virtually anything you can think of can be ordered from the comfort of your favorite chair and delivered in just a few days. Restaurants are working with delivery companies like Door Dash to bring a fresh hot meal to your door in an hour. Heck, you can even negotiate for a new car online and have it delivered directly to your door. So why not provide racquet stringing services using this same model? A model that is simple, easy, fast and convenient. Our intent is to provide such a service to the tennis playing public.

Are we the first to offer such a service? No. Others have attempted and failed. Will we be the first to find the secret sauce to succeed? You betcha!

Our business model makes the process simple, easy, fast and convenient. A full description is on our web site but here is a quick synopsis.

  1. Customers visit our web site and order racquet services directly from us.
  2. We provide a prepaid shipping label to them via email to print and place on their mailing box. Racquet(s) are easily shipped to us FREE of charge.
  3. We receive racquet(s) via FedEx and give them priority status. Racquets are professionally strung and shipped back, FREE of charge, the next business day.
  4. You receive your professionally strung racquet, take it to the courts and immediately realize the benefits of playing with a professional and freshly strung racquet from Guts and Glory Tennis.

What makes our “Knot Too Far” distance stringing service industry leading?

Why should tennis players use it?

Convenience – We provide FREE shipping both ways via FedEx Ground Service. No worries about dropping off and picking up racquets during a restricted block of time. Your expertly strung racquet will be delivered directly to your door.

Consistency – When stringing with us, your racquets are strung by the same professional technician each and every time. This leads to a level of consistency equivalent to having your own personal stringer. Services making use of multiple stringers, regardless of level of experience, simply can not provide the same level of consistency.

Extensive Tennis Industry Expertise – Many services make use of employees who are taught how to install strings into a frame. They are generally competent, but is competent good enough when an important match is on the line? At Guts and Glory Tennis, our owner, a long time tennis industry professional, brings 20+ years experience and a national reputation for being a leading innovator in stringing services and an industry expert in the area of strings and stringing materials.

Access to Personalized Equipment Consulting – When stringing with us, you will have direct access via email, phone and text to our owner who will be serving as your personal stringer. Before the first stringing you and he will discuss your current equipment, style of play, and parts of your game you are working to improve where equipment, specifically string type and tension, can make a huge impact. We were among the first in USA to study and recognize the power of combining string characteristics of poly-based strings in hybrids to enhance and fine tune on court performance. In short, we work with you to identify and recommend a string type and tension based on your total game. We also have expertise in the area of equipment related tennis elbow and use techniques that have proven successful at getting player back on the court pain free. Our goal is to help you vitalize your racquet to provide the best possible on court performance and keep you playing pain free in regard to equipment related arm pain.

We Are Different and Different is Good! – We are well-known for being innovative. For example, we offer a proprietary method of Proportional Stringing that is available at no extra charge when it can help with either arm pain or increased racquet performance. Our base stringing service does include innovative stringing techniques, unique to us, that we have learned through years of experience. The result is a stringed performance that is distinct in a very good way. Many of our customers tell us that our racquets feel good and they don’t get the same feel or performance when others perform the stringing services. We specialize in stringing poly-based strings using methods to help them maximize their playing properties.

Equipment – Your racquet is strung on professional grade equipment. The same equipment is used at professional tennis matches and by tour level professionals. However, we make use of a precise clamping system that most in the industry do not use. We also regularly use a string spacing tool, (again not commonly used by most stringers), to eliminate any chances of string burn or notching during the installation process. We have expensive, sophisticated tools to help us measure string bed and racquet characteristics to assure the result of your stringing is EXACTLY the same as previous stringings…assuming no changes to string type or tension are made.

We Care – We take a tremendous amount of pride in helping our customers play better tennis. It is important to us to provide world class customer service in a friendly and comfortable manner. Toward that end, we expect this level of personal service may eventually become private once capacity reaches a certain level so if you think you may benefit, now is the perfect time to become a customer.


  1. A well-conceived business model that leverages our high volume postal activity to make free shipping possible both ways.
  2. Turnaround time is as fast or faster than going to a local big box retailer, especially for our target market, those in GA and surrounding areas where shipping is just 1 day travel time.
  3. Consistency of working exclusively with a tennis equipment professional who literally becomes your personal stringer.
  4. The quality, diversity and performance advantages of the strings we use combined with expert installation.
  5. Plus a FREE overgrip, if desired, is the cherry on top!

Ready to order? This link will take you directly to a page on our web site where you can initiate your order and learn more about how it works. If you have questions, please reach out to us in our shoppe. We have not been actively responding to questions posted in blog entries because there are just so many hours in the day.

NOTE: This service is currently only open to customers with delivery addresses in the continental USA.

Proudly PRINCE!

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Starting February 20, 2021 we are delighted to announce we will become an official Prince Tennis Dealer…YOUR OFFICIAL PRINCE DEALER! How did this happen? What does this mean? Read on…

For the past several years, Prince Tennis has been in a tailspin. Spiraling downward since the introduction of the port design frames when nearly their entire stable of professional players abandoned them due to lack of feel with those racquets. Prince fell fast from a shining star in the tennis industry to a company filing for bankruptcy.

They have reorganized, but virtually all traditional distribution channels in the USA have been lost…abandoned. In my mind Prince was too far gone to revive and too irrelevant to really matter anymore. Like many in the tennis world, I tuned them out and moved on.

If you follow this blog and my business, you know I am keenly interested in helping players who are experiencing equipment related arm pain. I have been on the Donnay train for a number of years and still recognize them as a legitimate option. I did decide to resell Donnay for a few years, but stopped because they did not sell well and so that I could maintain my objectivity when recommending frames to those coming to me with tennis elbow issues.

One product Donnay failed to offer, and in fact no one offered, was an oversized frame with arm-friendly specifications. Until recently all OS frames available in the USA were frankly too stiff, too light, too head heavy and too long to be reasonable for their intended audience. Last year, Wilson introduced a new line with good flexibility…the Clash series. I was delighted when they added an oversized frame to this series and began referring customers to that frame. The problem is the Clash has different flex points that feel odd to some players. In short, it is a love it or hate it frame. So really not an ideal option.

And then, while doing a spec search recently, I stumbled upon the most pleasant surprise…The Prince Phantom 107G. I was aware Prince came out of bankruptcy, reorganized and introduced a flexible player’s racquet called the Phantom. I was naturally attracted to the specs, (low flex) but of course the head size was too small and power level too low for my OS users. I figured it was a decent frame, but in my mind Prince was literally on life support, so I really paid it very little attention. Little did I know the Phantom line was rapidly expanding and that it was producing a huge variety of options featuring the arm friendliness of the original Phantom.

When I discovered the new Prince Phantom 107G I could not have been any more excited. Headsize 107, 11.4oz strung, Flex 63, length 27″, 7 pts HL, Swingweight 319, 16×19 pattern. For those who may not be familiar…these specs are AMAZINGLY good. An OS arm friendly frame with decent power…FINALLY something I can refer players to consider. FINALLY!!!!

As I read about it, I found myself becoming more immersed in learning about the current Prince lineup. I had no idea what Prince had been up to. Quietly rebuilding. Developing products that make me say “wow…I had no idea.”

Phantom frame after Phantom frame…all possessing awesome specs. Heck, Prince may in fact now offer the best overall line of racquets in the industry, period! The only trouble is…no one knows about them. Virtually no one realizes Prince is clearly out of the dark abyss where they had been mired for many years. Yet, I see it. I believe.

So, knowing that Prince receives very little attention presently and realizing they indeed offer a terrific line of racquets with arm-friendly specs…I decided to become an Official Prince tennis racquet dealer. My demo racquets will arrive next week and I will have them available for my local stringing customers. I intend to promote the brand and sell the frames because I believe they are indeed versatile, arm-friendly and unique.

If you are interested in learning more about the new Prince frames, I’d love to talk with you. For my local customers, I am offering special purchase incentives and DEMOS. For those from afar, feel free to contact me via email or phone (Look us up at and we can work something out where I can educate you and offer some string/stringing related incentives if you choose to purchase from us. Prince does not allow us to resell online so you will not find the racquets on our web site. However, we are eager to get these frames into your hands so why not order through us?

Welcome back Prince and welcome to Guts and Glory Tennis!

How Low Can YOU Go? My first experience with an ULTRA Low Tension Poly

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Through the years I have gone from stringing at high tensions (mid to upper 60’s) gradually dropping to accommodate the optimal performance of poly based strings. My current preferred tension is in the low 40’s, (40 – 44)…depending upon playing conditions. I tested mid to upper 30’s but could not really seem to dial things in when stringing in that range so I decided to settle on low 40’s. My journey with lower tension polys began many years ago and I admit…I was skeptical. I fully understood how poly based strings performed better at lower tensions, yet I was afraid. I was afraid of change. Change is hard and it took me a long time to become comfortable with playing at lower tensions and even longer to gain the confidence to push my customers down to the range I was using.

The other day I decided I wanted to revisit my low tension journey. I thought that this time rather than dropping tension a few pounds from my current setup and then slowly moving down in tension I would make a huge jump and then adjust upward as needed. (I already knew that the 30’s wasn’t my cup of tea)

So, in a fit of mad science revelry, I decided I would string ULTRA low. I went with mains at 15 lbs and crosses at 18 lbs, (6.8 & 8.0 kilos respectively). I decided I wanted a profile shaped poly for this so that I could have the most access to spin possible. The string I decided to use for this experiment was a new one my friends at Pro Stringer have developed…their 1.28mm Blue Steel which features a sharp square profile.

When my racquet of choice, (the inimitable Prince Precision Mono), came off the machine I had a 97sq in stick with a 16 x 21 string pattern that was vibrating like crazy as I bounced a couple of balls on the stringbed. I was more than a wee bit concerned so I added 3 dampeners…it helped a little, but I believed the vibrations were probably a wee north of ridiculous. I seriously wondered, “what have I done?” How would I tell my Pro Stringer friends I just totally wasted a set of their prized new string?

Fearful and expecting a complete disaster, I headed out to the courts in the dark of night so no one would see me. I went out by myself with a hopper of balls. I was mentally prepared for a god-awful short session with uncontrolled balls sailing about and perhaps even my right arm falling off from excessive vibration. I was definitely anything but optimistic.

This is where things get weird. And I mean really, really weird. I started my session by stepping to the service line, settling into my pre-service routine and hitting some light serves to loosen up. The balls failed to perform as I had expected and feared. Rather, I found surprising control and SIGNIFICANTLY more comfort than I expected, in spite of the vibration. So I began to ratchet things up…afterall, I’m not known as John “15+MPH on EVERY Serve” Youngblood for nothing.

As I began firing serves I was finding the power coming with ease and more surprising, the ball was being directionally obedient. I started adding spin and slice and was still mastering the session. The hitting sensation/feedback was definitely unique, but hitting full out was not nearly as off putting as just bouncing the ball on the strings. I was actually enjoying the serving session and not finding the limitations I initially feared. Thumbs up to serving!

Next it was time to hit goundies against the wall. Groundies felt pretty good…but I hate hitting against the wall on the courts I was using so I decided to just hit a variety of groundstrokes via the toss/bounce method. This is where I began to get excited. I was able to generate easy spin…not as much as I may have imagined when standing at my stringing machine, but plenty. (I had visions of spaghetti stringing performance…that didn’t happen) I was most struck, by the easy power and control. I could literally swing as hard as physically possible and if clearing the net within a reasonable height of 3′ or less, it really was impossible to hit the ball long. I was most struck by this because I was getting more ball speed than I imagined possible. As noted with serving, the hitting sensation was definitely different, but the vibration was not really bothering me when hitting in this context.

So, now I am anxious to get out and hit against a real live opponent. I will unveil this Frankenstein I have created knowing I will not likely be taking a walk of shame over to my bag to switch back to old faithful. I am wondering, how the racquet will respond to pace being hit at me? I am curious how it will handle net play? Will vibration be unbearable at the net or will it just be something to get used to? I will continue this journey wondering if this is indeed a playable tension? Is it a tension that may actually offer benefits? Lots of questions remain. Stay tuned as I intend to follow up this post with my findings.

A Clamping Revolution: “CLAWS” Add Precision & Passion to Your Stringing Arsenal.

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Attention Stringers and Tennis Enthusiasts…
May we have your attention please?

image1 (1)A brand new, highly innovative product has hit the tennis marketplace.  We believe this product offers the potential to change the way you go about stringing; making it easier, more pleasurable and more precise than ever before. Introducing the Pro Stringer Claws!

Nowadays, it is a rare occurrence when new stringing tools are made available to the tennis community.  With the advent of the Pro Stringer Claws, players and stringers will have access to an innovative and arguably superior clamping system.  In terms of flying clamps, the Pro Stringer Claws are changing the game and in a very good way.

Clearly Pro Stringer customers were the intended audience when the Claws were being developed.  The original clamping system was a weak spot in the Pro Stringer ecosphere. In fact, many Pro Stringer users, including myself, opted to invest in and use Stringway flying clamps instead of the clamps included with the original Pro Stringer Platinum package.  Now, with the introduction of Pro Stringer Claws, the clamping system is suddenly on par or superior to any in the stringing world…including fixed clamp systems.  Hold that thought.

So, if you are currently using flying clamps with your stringing system, you may want to take a closer look and consider upgrading from traditional flying clamps to Pro Stringer Claws.  The benefits are many including superior build quality, smooth operation and here is the biggie… “Biangular Precision Technology.”

This patent pending technology is a large part of what makes the Claws special.  As you can see from the image below the center portion of the claw, (PS Claw on right), that touches the strings is angled, and this is wherein the genius lies.  Traditional flying clamps have a fixed width, (see clamp on left), and when the string spacing exceeds this width the flying clamp pinches the two strings together to fit into the predefined spacing.  The net result is a stringbed that has multiple strings out of alignment at the end of the stringing process.  With the Pro Stringer Claws, this spacing is variable and the Claw essentially nestles itself into this string gap and gently caresses the strings while holding them steady without altering their alignment.  It’s incredibly efficient and results in a stringbed that needs very little if any adjusting when the racquet comes off the machine.

Earlier we alluded to the fact that the Pro Stringer Claws produce results as precise or better than any clamping system, including fixed clamps.  This is not a type-o nor the outpouring of a deranged mind.  It is a FACT.  We have tested the Claws vs. the fixed clamping system on our Baiardo and our Babolat Star 5; two high-end professional stringing machines.  The results, as measured by a Babolat Racquet Diagnostic Center (RDC) and a Stringmeter, consistently show stringing with the Claws produce results nearly identical to the fixed clamps.  While RDC stringbed stiffness results off the machine are identical, there is a slight variance when measured at 24 hours off the machine.  Here’s the interesting part…the fixed clamps often show a steeper drop in stringbed stiffness after 24 hours than the Claws.  Also the Stringmeter reveals greater tension consistency across the stringbed in the mains when measuring racquets strung with the Pro Stringer Claws vs. fixed clamps.  These results deserve their own blog entry and we plan to create one in the near future.  We will explain in greater detail why these results are occurring and why Pro Stringer Claws are creating results that are at the upper echelon of consistency.

Sneak preview:  It’s not sorcery, rather the impressive results are baked into the overall experience of using the Pro Stringer Claws.  Hold that thought.

We have long been advocates of stringing with flying clamps.  It is not uncommon for us to go through periods where we remove the fixed clamps from our Baiardo in favor of using flying clamps. We eventually decide to go back, mostly due to not being fans of the disheveled string alignment issue. In time we return to fliers for a bit and then switch back again to fixed clamps.  With the advent of the Pro Stringer Claws, this back and forth dance has ceased.  Once we started testing the Claws, well over 1000 frames ago, we realized there was simply no going back. Our fixed clamps have effectively been banished to a dungeon where they only emerge when a rare OS fan-pattern frame ventures into our shoppe.

The Pro Stringer Claws are constructed of a premium aluminum based alloy.  The weight is approximately 3 oz heavier than traditional plastic flying clamps and 4 oz lighter than other heavy-duty flying clamps.  This makes them easy to use, sturdy, efficient, reliable and able to stand the test of time.

P_20200416_111240_1 The Claws are indeed perhaps the most gorgeous clamps to ever grace the tennis stringing world.  They are also brilliantly constructed.  Polished and refined materials coupled with superior ergonomics lead to an unparalleled user experience. The handle is ultra smooth and contoured to the point you will swear it was custom made to perfectly cradle your thumb. When you clamp off, the click is smooth and nicely dampened.  Users simply tilt and slide the claws into place and then they experience the joy of activating them into locking position. It is a smooth, luxurious and completely unique feel.

Getting back to THAT thought.  In short, the Pro Stringer Claws are the SEXIEST clamps ever made.  Sexy clamps defined as having soul, a tremendous fun factor and enormous versatility.  Most stringing equipment, especially clamps, are utilitarian in nature.  They are efficient, mechanical (soulless) and get the job done.  However, the Claws bring artistry and passion back into the stringing process.  Suddenly stringing becomes an art form as the stringer is more engaged, passionate and connected to the entire experience.  The rote and monotonous motions are replaced with creative flare.  The claws help the stringer transition back in time to an era when tasks were performed by craftspeople with feeling and passion.  Suddenly the stringer is stringing with increased amounts of heart and soul.  It is an exhilarating change leading to results that can not be surpassed.  Best of all, it brings new levels of fun and joy into the stringing process.

We have found the optimal setup consists of 3 clamps.  Yes, 2 can be used, but ideally 2 medium and 1 large will allow stringers to easily handle virtually all possible stringing scenarios. We have thoroughly enjoyed stringing over 1000 frames using this combination and it is the ideal setup we are strongly recommending.

The Pro Stringer Claws are stunning – from design to functionality and way they invigorate and inspire the person lucky enough to be using them.  Are they perfect?  Almost.  We would like to see a more elegant way to adjust the Claws for different gauge strings, but that is a small nuisance.  It just takes a moment with a screwdriver, but we hope one day they will feature a method where they can be adjusted by hand rather than requiring a tool.

Are you ready to add precision, passion and soul into your stringing?  If so, Pro Stringer Claws are available from our web site, click here.  They are also available directly from Pro Stringer.

“BLADES OF GLORY” Calling League And Tournament Players!

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Guts and Glory Tennis is a leader in optimizing your equipment to enhance your game.  We combine extensive knowledge of our MSV and WeissCANNON string offerings with information about your preferred racquet frame and style of play to design a personal setup that will help you #PlayBetterTennis.  If you are not currently using our strings, […]

The Legend of L-TEC Premium Tennis Strings (BLOW OUT SALE IN PROGRESS!)

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In 2011 a brash and bold new stringing upstart thrust itself upon the US stringing market.  The strings represented the very best work of John Elliot, who is known in the profession as the “Father of Polyester Strings”  At the time, Mr. Elliot had a hand in developing a huge number of poly and copoly […]

Okay…I’m unofficially the first StringWeavers Fanboy!

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In my last post I reviewed the new StringWeaver tool. Since then I have continued making use of it and enjoying it more each and every day. Since the review, there have been some newer developments that are worth sharing. I have found for me, I get best results using the method I described in […]

StringWeavers are Rockin’ Our World!

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It is indeed an extremely rare occurance for racquet technicians/stringers to be presented with new tool options. Sure the standard cutters can be improved and premium string clippers and awls can be introduced, but I can not recall the last time a tool was created that generated so much excitement for me when stringing. I […]

Tennis Elbow – Our New Approach

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For more than 10 years, Guts and Glory Tennis has taken a keen interest in helping tennis players, both local and distance, who have been experiencing arm discomfort. We’ve seen A LOT, learned A LOT… AND we’ve helped HUNDREDS of players find a solution and resume playing free of pain.  We want to help even more players […]


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WeissCANNON has built a reputation for producing a line of high quality tennis products occasionally presented/packaged in a somewhat quirky manner. Their string naming convention is completely unpredictable but that is part of what makes the company unique and fun.  That said, WeissCANNON users are fiercely loyal to the brand and the reason is simple…WeissCANNON strings deliver predictable, […]


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WeissCANNON offers one of the most impressive lines of string in the tennis industry today.  The quality is ridiculously good and the price point makes them a steal of a deal.  WeissCANNON wants to earn your business and they are aggressively seeking new players who want to improve their games by upgrading to WeissCANNON strings. […]

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