Most people will use an overgrip and change when necessary. Drawback: increases the grip size. If the racquet grip is almost too big, it'll be too big with the overgrip. Some people will use two overgrips in lieu of a normal grip + overgrip to get around this. 3. level 2.
I always use Wilson Pro Overgrip when it's dry or not too hot. When it's hot and things might get sweaty, Tourna Grip is the way to go. 3. level 1. kbtennI. · 9y. Yonex super grap are pretty decent. They are more "sticky" but then wear down. I like having the really good grip for a week or so and then replacing it.
8 years ago. If it isn't too hot or if you don't sweat much, the Wilson Pro Overgrip is pretty much the gold standard. If you sweat or it's really hot/humid where you play, Tourna Grip is the best. Only two grips I even consider. Just don't use either in the opposite conditions. The Pro Overgrip gets slick when wet and the Tourna Grip will ...
1. level 1. jhs10s. 2 years ago. Wilson Pro Grips are one of the best all around over Grips. They are tacky and longer lasting than many other brands. If you are the player that sweats a lot on the grip I would recommend Solinco Heaven. It is similar to Tourna Grip but longer lasting and softer on the hand. 1.
I use prince liquid chalk on my hands , I change out my overgrips every time I play. I use a towel on the fence behind me to win my hands in between rallies or serving. I have tried the "tacky towel." I've used tourna tac, wilson pro (the tennis pro shop recommended the wilson grip for me) I've tried some Babolat and Head as well. Nothing works.
#reddit-tennis on IRC! Many people change overgrips very frequently, and I recommend that, as it saves on money. But the actual grip I have changed anywhere from once a week when I was playing a lot (like daily) to maybe once a month if I am in a dry spell or playing infrequently.
Once you put one on, you won't have to replace it, at least I haven't. I would recommend you buy a leather grip with the same width as your preferred overgrip. That way, when you wrap the overgrip, you can match up the seams and reduce your OCD. Tennis Warehouse makes private label leather in two different thicknesses and two different widths.
The overgrip I have used most frequently over the last eighteen months is the Tennis-Point Premium Overgrip. I only tried them because Wilson Pro Overgrips weren't in stock, which turned out to be a great find.
Tennis rackets come with a more permanent grip, but overgrip is placed over the grip and is designed to be replaced frequently. Many tennis players choose to use overgrip tape in order to get a better "grip" on the tennis racket and provide more comfort and shock absorption.