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Scoring Right tennis score keeper attaches to the inside or outside of your racquet throat.

On some racquets you will only be able to attach the units to the outside of the throat (eg. Wilson Clash, Wilson Ultra, Babolat pure Strike) while on others only on the inside (eg. Babolat Aero pro) but on most raquest you will be able to place them on both.

Inspect your racquet. It is best to select the side which is flattest. Which has a throat profile which is less curved.

Start with your Point/Games unit.

Ensure beads are at the top. If they fall out, gently push them back in.

If your racquet throat profile is very curvy (eg Yonex Ezone), fold and pinch the units. Do not worry, it will not damage the units.

Thoroughly clean your racquet with alcohol (Isopropyl alcohol)

Let the alcohol dry completely before application. Not allowing the alcohol to dry, will damage your adhesive, and the units will not stick well.

Peel back adhesive protection and gently place on racquet. Ensure desired alignment before pressing firmly.

Firmly press and hold while maintaining pressure for at least 30 seconds.

Repeat for second unit (Sets). It is best to clean your racquet once more, before application. 

It is best to set aside for 2 hours, or overnight for adhesive to strengthen. Strength of adhesive will increase over time.

Scoring Right uses 3M brand and is designed to withstand extreme temperatures. Bondage will not weaken even on the hottest days and harshest conditions.

Beads may be hard to move at first. they do loosed with usage and time.

The units are non transferable. You will not be able to transfer the units to a new racquet, as the adhesive will not be strong enough anymore. 



Scoring - Decide which bead represents your score, and which represents your opponent's. Move the beads with the tip of your thumb as you progress through the points of the game, set match. Beads will move more freely with time.

Serving - When your Points beads are both on a same colour Black/Black or Red/Red; serve from the Deuce court (Right side of the court).

When the beads are Red/Black or Black/Red; serve from the Advantage (Ad) court (Left side of the court).


Know from where to serve playing tennis