Yonex Tennis www.yonex.com 800-449-6639 NOTE: Add 1 foot to each measurement in the LENGTH column when using Co-Poly, Polyester or Kevlar strings. Key: M = Main String C = Cross String T = Top of Frame B = Bottom of Frame S = Short Side Main String Measurement (Used For One Piece Stringing) Yonex Tennis Racquet Stringing Patterns
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Stringing Pattern. Main16 × Cross19. 06EZONE105. ASTREL 115 ASTREL 105. MAINS. Start @ Throat, Skip 8H, Skip 8T, Tie off @ 7T & 7T. 16 Mains, 17 Crosses,
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This string pattern is dense, enabling you to hit more strings on impact which can increase control. This string pattern has been around for a while and provides flat-hitting players better directional control on the court; however, it does not produce quite as much spin as other string patterns.
If you were to use one piece of string and a standard stringing pattern (not a version of an ATW), you would end up stringing the cross strings from the bottom up to the top. Some manufacturers, Yonex for instance, recommend two-piece stringing and their intent is to make sure that you install the cross strings from top to bottom.