The $400 tennis racquet actually never touches the tennis ball. It is the strings that contact the tennis ball and sends it to your intended target. When it comes to tennis stringers in Singapore, few are featured by our national newspaper. However, if you are an ATP Tennis stringer and do so not for Futures, Challengers, Masters Series but a the AUSTRALIAN OPEN GRANDSLAM, you are a big name that the Straits Times will feature. Mr Melvin Tan of Leisure Sports is one of the best tennis stringers in Singapore.
Leisure Sports is conveniently located in Orchard at:
Far East Shopping Centre
545 Orchard Road
Mondays to Saturdays
11.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m.
Closed on Sundays
It will be helpful prior to stringing your tennis racquet what tennis strings you will like installed and at what tension. For our comprehensive guide to tennis string, you may find out more from the article HERE. If you are still unsure after reading the article, you can ask Mr Melvin Tan personally for recommendations and he will be glad to advise you.
Leisure Sports is not only does tennis racquet stringing in Singapore. The are a complete tennis specialty shop th is t sells tennis racquets, tennis shoes, and tennis accessories such as grips and vibration dampeners. If it is something you need for tennis, it is almost certainly that Leisure Sports has it.
Leisure Sports racquet stringing service is usually available for next day collection. However, if you require express service, you may try to request it from Mr Melvin Tan and he may try to accommodate you. If you have never experienced having your racquet strung by an ATP Tennis Stringer and one of the best tennis stringers in Singapore, we encourage you to give it a try.
As general advice, if you are struggling with wrist, elbow or shoulder problems from your tennis, we also recommend that prior to stringing, you should let your tennis racquet stringer in Singapore know of this issue, so that they can recommend and install a suitable string for you at a suitable tension that can help to alleviate your injury issues.
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