There are a number knots used in stringing a racquet: Double half hitch knot. Starting knot. Pro Knot, also called the Richard Parnell Knot. Comprehensive list of stringing knots. Double Half Hitch Knot. The double half hitch knot is used to tie off the end of the string.
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I have described the most common knots used when stringing a tennis racket. There are four common tie of knots Wilson Pro knot, Parnell knot, two half hitch...
The Wilson Pro Knot gets the name due to the Wilson tournament stringers using it on all their string jobs. The Pro Knot is a small and compact knot making it easy to tie off in tight spaces. While it's almost the same as the Parnell Knot, rather than going back around the anchor string, you only go back through the loop.
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This knot is the traditional knot used in most netting. It is quite secure and not very prone to slipping. Other knots are sometimes used in netting, and I will be adding instructions and proper uses for them to this site in the future. It’s probably best to practice this knot with two pieces of heavier string or rope before moving on to netting with the finer yarns and threads.
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This is how to tie a Parnell Knot.
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