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Tie Rubber Band Knot
by Andre Agassi and Andy Roddick
Hello Tennis Wizard Fans,
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We hope you enjoy this enlightening article, with pictures as so many of you have wanted to know how :
both tie that rubberband around their strings to reduce vibration.
It is not a gimmick, it really works the best.
We got it from them, so we must give them credit for this written article.
Without those two players. . .where would we be???
Here we insert the rubber band into the two bottom stings in the middle.
In our second illustration, we are showing the racquet and rubber band position, after the initial "insertion".
As you can see, we turn the rubber band here as if we are going to tie it, but do not tie it here. After the twist, stick it back through the strings to the other side of the racket as shown in the next photo.
This is the hard part. Sticking the rubber band throught the strings without losing it or tying it.
We will show you this even better in the next photo.
See, now we almost have it finished. But still, since this is the hardest step , we dedicated three photos to it, we hope it is enough.
Now we turn over the racket and grab the two sides of the rubber band to get ready to make the final tie.
Careful here not to tie too tight, as you can break the rubberband on the sharp string. Make a single loop tie. Once, not twice. Twice will deaden the strings too much.
You are now looking at the finished product.
Viola ! ! !
You've tied it.
This Knot will tighten your string pattern by about 4-5 pounds in string tension equivilence, so adjust how tight you string your racquet, if you intend to use this dampening method.
Your arm will thank you !!!
This is exactly how Andre Agassi ties his rubber band, Andy Roddick's rubber band on his racquet is tied with two more knots, even though it isn't necessary. . .he says its better to know it will not come off (safe rather than flustered, looking for it) SMART.
Your ARM will thank you !
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