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What does breaking a set of strings like this mean?

Break, skip, skip, skip, skip, break! Anyone ever done this? there is no way that many strings are contacting the ball. After the break I rushed the net, got lobbed, my partner called me off but I said" no no no F that" and hit a low tweener to jeff nelson

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Very strange, but if the mains were thinning out evenly and were close to breaking, my guess is you hit the middle of the string bed very hard and the force spreaded outwards and stretched the strings in two equidistant areas, where you broke it. I don't think you hit the stringbed on the left, then the right and broke it in two spots.
fire your racquet stringer. send your sticks to chicago so it can be professionally strung.  :-P   
Nah look at the notches anyone of those could have broken, they're all almost worn through..
This.  Random luck.
well he broke the 6th one in on each side, usually the 4,5,6 are the first to contact on brush up. If John plays spins and uses both sides of racket could easily be the two most worn strings. I normally break 5th one but one same side, I hold grip same side all the time.
I did this and a 4 consecutive string break in the last month or so
I turned in another one with this one but that was a boring break

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