A client just sent me the following statement and I think it has reason to be distributed amongst tennis players searching for “direction” when it comes to string and their game!
“Hah. Trying out these different strings has been very interesting. Over the past week or so, trying the different strings has given me some insight into what my game should be. I think usually people do it in reverse. They try to find the string that tailors to their game. By experimenting with the strings, I realize the direction my game should be going.”
“I’ve been coming to realize that my game is better with control and feel rather than power. Experimenting with different strings have helped me recognize this.”
Do you think this applies to you?
I just returned from SanDiego, CA where Tim Strawn and I met with the StringThing™ team. A really good group of guys! Dave, Scott, Stephen, Mike, Steve, and Dr. Norman made us feel like part of the group!
We went to the manufacturing facility (yes, it is the United States!) and it is impressive in terms of taking an idea from concept to market in the short period of time they have done it.
These are tennis players, each and everyone! They enjoy the sport and it shows in their commitment to this product.
You may have seen my short video on the String Thing™ and there may be other video coming soon. If you have not seen the video please take a look. I believe this product is a good one so I wanted to take the trip to SanDiego to meet the people.
If you have any questions about the String Thing™ please let me know.
The String Thing™ is designed to re-align strings that are out of position.