How often should I change my grip?

The frequency of changing your overgrip depends on several factors, including the intensity and frequency of your play, personal preference, and environmental conditions. As a general guideline, many players replace their overgrips every 6-10 playing hours or whenever they notice a decrease in tackiness or comfort.

Factors to Consider:

Playing Intensity: If you play frequently or engage in intense matches, you may need to change your overgrip more often to maintain optimal performance.

Weather Conditions: Humidity and heat can impact the lifespan of an overgrip. In humid conditions, overgrips may lose tackiness more quickly.

Personal Comfort: Some players prefer the feel of a fresh overgrip more often, even if the current one is not completely worn.

Court Type: Playing on clay courts may contribute to faster deterioration.

Signs It's Time to Change:

Reduced Tackiness: If your overgrip feels less tacky and you find your grip slipping during play.

Visible Wear: Visible signs of wear, such as fraying or smoothing of the surface.

Discomfort: If you experience discomfort, it might be time for a change.

    Remember, there's no one-size-fits-all answer, and it's essential to find a schedule that suits your playing style and preferences. Regularly inspect your overgrip, and don't hesitate to replace it if you notice any signs of wear.