Pro Shop

The Cooper Tennis Complex offers a full service pro shop serving the needs of our members and guests. Our pro shop carries a wide variety of Prince and Wilson tennis products. Our product line consists of junior and adult racquets, bags, shoes, grips, apparel, string, and many other tennis accessories. In addition, we offer tennis stringing and racquet services. Demo racquets are also available upon request.

String Price List


Performance Category


These strings give top players that extra edge for optimum performance:
  • Wilson NXT Tour 17 - $31.95
  • Prince Premier 17 - $31.95
  • Luxilon Big Banger ALU Power 16L - $28.95
  • Babolat Tonic Gut 16 - $43

Durability Category


These strings are more for the harder hitter that needs a more durable string. They are listed from the least durable and most playable to the most durable and least playable string:
  • Prince Poly Blend 17/16 - $24.95
  • Wilson Sensation Duo 16/17 - $24.95
  • Prince Twisted 16L - $24.95
  • Prince Poly EXP 17/18 - $31.95
  • Prince Hybrid Spin EXP 17/18 - $31.95
  • Prince Hybrid Power EXP 16/17 - $31.95
  • Prince Synthetic / Luxilon Hybrid 16/17 - $24.95
  • Prince Tour 16 - $24.95
  • Prince Pro Blend 16 - $24.95

Playability Category


These strings will help the accomplished player get to the next level. The main theme is more touch and bite on the ball for increased accuracy while retaining the pop on the ball:
  • Prince Multi 17 - $24.95
  • Gamma TNT 1June 17, 2018 - $24.95
  • Wilson Sensation 16/17 - $24.95
  • Prince Premier LT 17 - $31.95
  • Luxilon Big Banger ALU Power 16L - $28.95
  • Prince Synthetic / Luxilon Hybrid 16/17 - $24.95

Basic Category


These two strings are solid no frills strings:
  • Prince Synthetic Gut 16/17 - $19.95
  • Prince Lightning XX 16/17 - $21.95

String Information


  • Lower String tensions generate more power (provided string movement does not occur)
  • Higher string tensions generate more ball control (for experienced players)
  • A longer string produces more power (larger racquet frame)
  • Decreased string density (fewer strings) generates more power
  • Thinner string tend to produce more spin
  • Decreased string density (fewer strings) generates more spin
  • Basic rule of thumb is to restring a racquet as many times per year as a player plays per week. This applies if the racquet is used or not, the string will lose their tension over time.