I would like to place an order but the website is not working. What to do?
- Drop us an email with your order at Info@tieronesports-europe.com
- Information we need to process your order: String name, string gauge, quantity, sets or reels.
- if you have a valid discount code you would like to use with the order please provide this information in the email as well
- Once we receive your order by email we will email you an electronic invoice that can be paid online through PayPal or any major credit card (NO PayPal account required)
I am clicking on "ADD TO CART" button but its not working. What to do?
- Click on the product image instead. This will get you to the detailed product page.
- (we understand it's a bit confusing: the product that you are trying to choose has product options (gauge, color) and therefore cannot be added to the cart before selecting the specifics).
How to use a discount code:
- Add the products you would like to order to the "cart"
- Click on "cart" symbol in the upper right and click on "view all" (view image)
- Scroll down on the page until you see a box with the title: Discount Codes (view image)
- Enter discount code
- If you entered a valid code you should see the discounted price in the right side
- NOTE: Some discount codes require you to be logged in to your Tier One Sports account!
- For any questions please feel free to contact us at Info@tieronesports-usa.com
What type of string should I choose: a co-polyester string (Durafluxx, T1 Firewire, Tour Status, Strike Force RIP, Black Knight) or a multifilament string (Triumph)?
Co-polyester strings: The following are general guidelines of why a player would or would not choose to play with co-polyester strings.
Pros:Offer better access to spinOffer more controlIncrease in string durability
- Less arm-friendly. (if you have a history of arm pain, please note that co-polyester strings can affect your arm negatively! Also, if you are below the age of 13 and above the age of 65 had have no prior experience playing co-polyester strings please consult with your coach or racquet technician to find out if this type of string is right for you)
- Less feel
- Less power
- Less tension stability
In nowadays game of tennis many high level players have switched from nylon based strings (multifilament, synthetic gut) or natural gut strings due to its advantages just mentioned.
Multifilament strings: The following are general guidelines of why a player would or would not choose to play with multifilament strings.
Pros:Arm-friendlyProvides great feelIn general they offer more powerOffers higher tension stability
Cons:Less access to spinIn general less controlLower durability
These strings are ideal for young junior players, senior players and players who have little playing experience.
Synthetic gut strings: We currently do not offer a cheaper synthetic gut string. We only offer a high-end multifilament string. In its essence synthetic gut strings and multifilament strings are generally made out of the same material "nylon". But the structure of the string can dramatically change to quality of the strings. For example, our multifilament string called Triumph (nylon based) offer more than 2000 microfibres in the 16 gauge version which results in a very smooth and arm friendly playing experience.
What is a hybrid string setup?
A hybrid string setup is when the racquet is strung with two different type of strings in the mains (the strings that are parallel to the grip) and the crosses. Even at the professional level using a hybrid string pattern has become very popular. Although not consistent, most players use a co-polyester string in the mains and a multifilament or gut string in the crosses. The thought process is that the co-polyester string in the mains increases durability, spin potential and adds control to the player's strokes, whereas the multifilament/gut string in the crosses adds arm friendliness, feel and playability.