Stick the tapered end of the grip onto the edge of the handle at the butt cap. Wrap the grip around the handle in reverse of the way you removed the old grip. When you get close to having 8 inches installed, pull off another 8 inches of backing. Continue to wrap the grip until you get to the top of the handle.
Shows a method that allows you to reduce the grip size on tennis racquets that have a molded polyurethane handle
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For instance if you want to reduce the height you same as much off bevel 1 as you do Bevel 5. Let's assume you have a grip that is 35.00 mm from 1-5 and you want 34.90 mm. Shave 1/2 the total off bevel 1 so the grip is 34.95 in height then shave 0.05 mm off bevel 5.
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Many men looking for tennis racquets will find themselves choosing between a size 3 (4 3/8 in) and size 4 (4 1/2 in) grip. If you’re on the fence between the two, I’d encourage you to go with 4 3/8 because it’s much easier to build up a grip than reduce it and the difference between the two is only 1/8 inch or 3.2 mm.
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Remove grip and staple, being careful not to tear the grip if reusing. Clean any tape debris from the handle. 2. Slide the heat shrink sleeve over the butt cap and up the handle, overlapping the handle end by about 3/8 inch. You can either leave the excess at the bottom and trim with a razor knife after heating or trim to 1/2 inch of the butt end with scissors before heating.
It is recommended to use a combination of these two methods to find the ideal grip size for you. Ruler Test: To measure grip size using the ruler test, first place the fingers of your racket hand together, then align a ruler's edge with the the bottom horizontal crease of your palm. Next, measure to the tip of your ring finger, this measurement is your grip size. In the diagram below, the measured grip size is 4.5".
There are a couple of ways of ensuring you have the right grip size. You'll need a ruler or tape measure for the first method. Lay your racquet hand flat and measure from the bottom lateral crease - that's the crease that goes across your palm - to the tip of your index finger. measure tennis grip size in centimeter.