- It's business as usual


As lock down is being relaxed, you may want to take advantage of the good weather and hit a few balls against family members or friends or serve to an imaginary opponent. Or you may be lucky enough to have a garden big enough to play badminton over a net, or even over the fence with a neighbour. During the lock down period rackets will have been left in the boot of a car or stored in the garage subject to the changes in the weather and the temperature swings. This will have had an adverse effect on your strings and tension will have dropped. I am pleased to say I will be resuming my visits to Manchester on a fortnightly basis starting this coming Tuesday 7th July and returning on Thursday 9th July. If you have need of my racket services please send me a text/email to arrange collection and return of your racket. If you do not yet feel comfortable me collecting/dropping off your racket, why not use my mail order service. I am waiving the return carriage contribution. The cost to you will be outward carrier and the cost of a restring. I use myHermes , and in most cases costs no more than £3.50. Visit the mail order page for more info. All rackets are cleaned, inspected for defects and a new over grip will be fitted.

As always personal callers are welcome. Please text before setting out to give me warning of your visit and, contact-less payment is available.

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