What is the string weight of a tennis racket?
Among rackets, tennis strings, and string weights, the string weight is the last factor to be considered. But this is usually the part that amateur players don’t know the most. Within the range of the recommended stringing weight of the racket, the lower the weight, the greater the power, and the higher the weight, the better the control. These effects need to reach a certain level of players to experience. Especially those players who are good at controlling where the ball falls. Although beginners need a racket with better ball control, increasing the string weight is definitely not a wise solution. What they need is not a higher string weight, but to improve ball control by using a large racket. Intermediate and advanced players who swing faster and hit the ball fiercely usually need to give the ball better control. At this time, it is a good choice to increase the string weight. With the exception of individual players, the above principles apply to most players.
Each racket has a “recommended string weight range”. This range is usually the conclusion drawn by the manufacturer inviting professional players to try it out. Therefore, if there is no special need (such as needing more power, suffering from tennis elbow, etc.). You should start stringing from the middle of this range. And make adjustments there.