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Patrick,

I am planning to re-enter the stringing business after a long layoff from the game and stringing. A good friend of mine and I have been talking about teaming up and starting a stringing business. I have 4 years stringing experience from quite some time ago. I learned in a National Sporting Goods and then became very interested and joined the USRSA and purchased a Prince P-200 machine for my home business. I later went to work for a local tennis shop that strung a high volume of rackets and continued my home based business. My customer base included two private tennis clubs and one WTA player and everything in between.

My friend, has been more active within the last year. He bought a Silent Partner Electronic Floor Standing machine and began learning the trade via Youtube and USRSA tips.

Can you provide some advice on working my way into the Pro Tour as a stringer?

Thanks

Ed

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Comment by Javier Djeu on July 4, 2011 at 11:48am

string string string!!!!!!!! haha

first thing i would say is find tournaments that are really big! like for the local junior circuit and find places that dont have a stringer already on hadn of college tournaments where they need to have more than one, and just get your name out there

then sooner or later your bond to corss paths with some one who can get you in to one of the smaller pro circuit games

 

 

also look into stringer for a brand team like babolot , wilson, head , yonex , etc

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