Many players often buy a cool racket, with a cool design, which is nice to play and best of all delivers a lot of power. And what about the string? That is often forgotten.
If nobody thinks about it, then tennis strings won't be that important, right? Unfortunately, this is very short-sighted. First of all, the fact that the stringbed, which is created when the strings are clamped into the racket, is the only instrument that comes into direct contact with the ball. If you have almost only frame hits, you don't need to read any further at this point ;)
When the ball touches the stringbed, the strings are deformed. This is called the trampoline effect.