The grip should move to the right while the racket handle turns to the left, so the end of the grip will go from left to right instead of right to left. Now that you have stuck on the sticky part with your right (dominant) hand, you will move your left hand up the racket and place your left thumb over the sticker part.
Yonex Super Grap Overgrip – Best Racquet Grip For Sweaty Hands. Yonex is a popular choice of overgrip brands used by a number of players around the world. The Yonex Super Grap Overgrip feels just right in your hand, giving you a cozy feeling.
Some players like Dan Evans only use an overgrip with no base grip underneath, this is rare as it creates quite a defined bezel on the handle, which most players will find uncomfortable, but he likes that feeling in the hand.
Hold the racket handle securely in your right hand while holding the overgrip in your left. With the racket handle still facing upwards, make the first wrap around the base of the handle. Continue to wrap the overgrip down the racket handle, moving from right to left at a downward angle. Consecutive rotations should overlap at about 1/8 inch.
If you’re a right-handed player, the grip wrap should spiral down the handle from left to right; for lefties, it should spiral from right to left (if you’re a lefty and the grip is wrapped for a righty, replace the grip with one wrapped properly for you).
Under normal conditions, most players will find an overgrip will begin to lose its tackiness after playing tennis on three or four separate occasions, at which time it may become more challenging to maintain a solid grip.