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Squash strings are one of the things that have been discussed. Squash strings are an extremely important feature when it comes to your squash racket. Squash strings have all different characteristics, and they fit different squash players, playing styles and squash rackets. There are primarily 2 extremes when it comes to squash strings, namely control and power.

Power squash strings are characterized by high elasticity, and are usually a thinner squash string. Thickness is essential for elasticity. The less elasticity the less power in the squash string. Squash strings should act as a trampoline, and a smaller cross section of the squash string will increase the tension and it will stretch by impact. This also means that thinner strings are loaded more than thicker of course. The surface of the theoretical power string must be smooth. This is said from the perspective that the theoretical loss must be minimized, which means that spin and friction must be minimized as part of the energy is lost in this way. Most squash strings are designed with a certain surface roughness, to create a certain grip in the ball.

A power squash string is suitable for the power squash racket, with the drop-shaped head. It is a construction where the longitudinal strings are elongated, thus benefiting from the elasticity. A highly elastic squash string in a control quash, is a combination we do not recommend.
You will thereby reducing the precision of racket is designed for, like a control squash string in a power squash racket will reduce the trampoline effect as originally intended.

Control squash strings are characterized by a high friction and a lower elasticity. This means that when used properly, they provide a more accurate departure angle than the elastic string, and the increased friction provides a good grip on the ball, and can be used to create spin.