The stringing of your tennis racket is exposed to constant stress during the game and wears down step by step. If the string can no longer withstand the stress, it will break. In this case you will have to restring your racket.
However, we do not recommend that you finish playing the string and wait until it finally breaks. Instead, you should renew the stringing in regular intervals.
The basic rule is that you should string your racket as many times per year as you play tennis in a week. For example, if you play tennis three times a week, you should renew the strings at least three times a year, so about every four months.
The second factor to consider is your playing style. For example, if you play with a lot of spin, it can shorten the life of the string because the strings rub against each other more.
Another aspect is the tension of the string, which decreases over time. This also reduces control and playing comfort.
To check whether the string is still suitable for playing, pay attention to the sound of your tennis racket when hitting it. The higher the sound, the better the tension. If the racket sounds low and muted, you should change the string.