Fixing Bolt Tennis Racket

Fixing Bolt Tennis Racket
Fixing Bolt Tennis Racket

If you’re a serious tennis player, then you know the pain of cracking your favorite racket. Cracks are not only unsightly, but they can also make it harder to use your racket effectively. Luckily there are lots of ways to fix a cracked bolt tennis racket at home if you have the right tools and materials available (and some patience). In this blog post, I’m going to show you how we do it here on the factory floor and explain why our method is superior compared to other techniques that exist online today.

Some reasons why bolt tennis racket should be replaced

The weakest part on the racket is where you hit the ball at most. The damage to this part along with the broken grip makes this racket unusable and should be replaced. The most common area for cracks to appear is in the throat of the racket. This part is where you hit the ball at most, and it’s also where your grip touches. The weight of your hand pressing down against a small area can cause a crack to form over time if not properly cared for. It’s best to inspect this area before purchasing a new bolt tennis racket so that you can spot any cracks or dents that may indicate hidden damage elsewhere on an otherwise good-looking racket.

The holes near the grip are always a weak point in all rackets. If a racket has a lot of holes, it runs the risk of breaking down faster. If you see any holes near the grip, it’s a sign that your racket is old and needs to be replaced. To avoid this, you should always use a proper grip when playing tennis. The proper grip will minimize impact between your hand and the racket and prevent damage to its frame.

Any damage to the throat area will drastically affect your performance and eventually lead to a crack. We are going to fix it so you can keep playing for longer.

Damage to the throat area will drastically affect your performance

It is important to fix this so you can keep playing for longer.

  • The first thing you need to do is remove all of the strings from your racket. This will make it easier for you to repair the crack if there is one there already.
  • Now, use a piece of sandpaper (preferably 80 grit) and rub away at where the damage is on both sides of the racket until all that remains is smooth plastic.

You can’t see from this picture, but I fixed the hole with some epoxy mixed with carbon fiber powder and then secured everything together with a stronger carbon fiber sheet directly over the hole. This rack is good as new and ready to be used again!

I’m not sure if that would be strong enough for you, but you could always try it! I think this is a great way to get started playing tennis as well as repairing your equipment when needed.

There are lots of ways to fix cracked tennis rackets, but you need to make sure they’re still safe before using them.

You can use epoxy or even super glue to fix a cracked tennis racket. You don’t need to worry too much about the type of crack you have, although if it’s really deep and makes the racket look like it needs to be thrown away, you might want to think twice before attempting this repair yourself.

The most important thing when repairing a tennis racket is making sure that everything is safe for future use. Most of the time, people just want their bolt tennis racket back in working order so they can play again and this is possible by repairing them rather than purchasing new ones from stores like Sports Authority or Dick’s Sporting Goods (although these are great places where you can get brand-new rackets).


Hopefully, this article has helped you fix your cracked tennis racket. I know it can be frustrating when you have a broken racket and don’t know what to do with it. And while I wouldn’t say that it’s impossible to get back into playing again after breaking one of these bad boys, there are some things that need to be taken into consideration first. For example: Does the damage affect how well it plays? Are there any other cracks or breaks in the frame? Do they need to be fixed right away before they get worse? All of these questions should be answered before spending money on something new!