The Types of Knots Used In Racquet Stringing. Double Half Hitch. The double half hitch knot is the most common tie off knot and is the simplest knot to learn. It is the knot you'll find in any ... Parnell Knot. Wilson Pro Knot. Starting Knot.
There are a number knots used in stringing a racquet: Double half hitch knot Starting knot Pro Knot, also called the Richard Parnell Knot Comprehensive list of stringing knots
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I have described the most common knots used when stringing a tennis racket. There are four common tie of knots Wilson Pro knot, Parnell knot, two half hitch...
The knot must secure the tension without damaging the anchor string, and it must hold up during play and not come undone. For beginners, the double half-hitch is best as it does a great job and is easy to tie with a bit of practice and by following simple guidelines. While many experienced stringers may use a “signature” knot of their own, it is hard to beat the utility of the double half-hitch.
The Wilson Pro Knot starts as a half hitch, and then tucks the tip through the existing loop (but not under the anchor string) to secure it. The Parnell knot is very similar, but has a slightly larger footprint and involves putting the tip around the anchor string again, and through both loops.
This video demonstrates a couple of tie off knots that can be used for tennis racquet stringing. Note, these knots should not be used for starting knots.Not...
Many time you will need to tie off a knot on the bottom cross where there is little room to tie the knot. This video should help you tie that knot.
Pull it through one of the grommets of a main string at the top of the frame from the outside. Pull the string through and wrap it around 3 times. Using your other hand, grab the loops that have just been created. Bring the end of the string back toward the frame and then back through the loops you just grabbed.