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GOSEN Stringing Pattern

"Providing Every Player a Racket in the Best Condition."

GOSEN manufactures tennis and badminton goods such as strings and rackets. We have our R&D facilities and manufacturing facilities in Japan.

For instance, you can see GOSEN Tenjin Factory Tour Video


But GOSEN's corporate philosophy is not just "making quality products." Our ultimate goal is "Providing Every Player a Racket in the Best Condition." To achieve this ultimate goal, our answer is to provide 'The Best Products", "The Best Stringing Tools." and "The Best Stringing Experiences."


GOSEN Stringing Pattern - The Stringing Techniques Research Result by HARIBITO

GOSEN started the String Meister Authorization Project called "HARIBITO" ("HARIBITO"="Stringer" in Japanese). There are about 3,000 HARIBITO worldwide. HARIBITO and GOSEN develop the stringing tools and stringing pattern - "GOSEN Stringing Pattern."

The GOSEN Stringing Pattern is very well-known and popular in Japan. When you drop off a racket for stringing at a racket shop in Japan, you will most likely receive a racket with GOSEN Stringing Pattern.


Advantage of GOSEN Stringing Pattern

There are many reasons why the GOSEN Stringing Pattern is so popular

  • High versatility - can be used for most tennis and badminton rackets

  • Simple and Easy to apply - fewer failures

  • Keep the original tension longer

  • Tension is even throughout the racket - One piece pattern.

How to determine the length of Long-Side and Short-Side

GOSEN Stringing Pattern is the One-Piece stringing method. So, you need to measure/determine the length of Long-Side and Short-Side.


Tennis: For instance, if you are stringing a 16x19 tennis racket, there are only four cross lines on short-side. So, the short-side length will be 8 x vertical frame length + 4 x horizontal frame length. Likewise, the long side is 8 x vertical frame length + 15 x horizontal frame length. These lengths can give you enough extra length when stretching.

If you are stringing from a single-pack string (12m), you can make both sides longer as you have enough length in a single-pack string.

Badminton: When stringing the conventional badminton racket, such as 22x21, the length of the short-side is 5.5 x the entire racket length. The Long side is 8 x the entire racket length.

If you are stringing from a single-pack string (10m), you can make both sides longer as you have enough length in a single-pack string.


The transition from Main to Cross

The most common question on GOSEN Stringing Pattern is how and where to begin the cross strings after finishing the main string.

You can begin the long side of the cross string at the third hole from the last main string hole. The short side of the cross string begins at the second hole from the last main string hole. This is a common technic for tennis and badminton.

Therefore, you must leave three holes when clamping the last main strings (both sides).


GOSEN stringing-method evolution never ends

The above GOSEN Stringing Patterns are basics for tennis and badminton. In addition, you can see the whole badminton stringing video (Sign-up is required to watch the stringing video).

There are many other GOSEN Stringing Patterns by the rackets. If you have any questions on GOSEN String Pattern, please get in touch with us at info@gosencanada.com. We will do our best to explain the GOSEN String Pattern for your racket.

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