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SAMPRAS
11-11-2005, 10:05 PM
HI friends what do you think about the strings ,for the Wilson n-code 90 tour which are good for this rackuet??
Th:) anks

matchpoint54
11-12-2005, 07:14 AM
I think you should put NXT in there.

Joe12
11-12-2005, 10:28 AM
tell us about your game. Like what strings you have used, what you thought of them, how much do you play, how well do you play, on what surfaces do you play, etc.

Flatspin
11-13-2005, 03:32 PM
I was surprised by how well Gamma's Podigy (16 ga) played in this racquet. I'm not a big Gamma fan .... but really liked it in the 90.

SAMPRAS
11-14-2005, 12:20 AM
tell us about your game. Like what strings you have used, what you thought of them, how much do you play, how well do you play, on what surfaces do you play, etc.

I am 16 and 196cm. So i play serve and volley,chip and charge ,sometime i play at the back because of the partner ,i play every day 2-3hours i play well 210km serve ,so i have used a pro's pro but it is very bad ,so now they prefere me to get a BABOLAT or something else but i don't know what!
If you can help me i will be very happy:)

Joe12
11-14-2005, 04:39 PM
This is what I'm gonna order

Signum Pro Poly Plasma 16 mains
Forten Sweet 16 crosses

@ 65 lbs.

I'm using Babolat Pro Hurricane at the moment. You say you use "Big Banger"? Which one do you use? Do you like it? If you do, just keep using that.

LudaKrisKG
11-14-2005, 06:11 PM
I use Prince Duraflex 18
I don't mind the fact that it breaks easily because I can string it whenever I want
but you should definitely use a thin guage

SAMPRAS
11-15-2005, 11:31 PM
This is what I'm gonna order

Signum Pro Poly Plasma 16 mains
Forten Sweet 16 crosses

@ 65 lbs.

I'm using Babolat Pro Hurricane at the moment. You say you use "Big Banger"? Which one do you use? Do you like it? If you do, just keep using that.
Thanks !
Do you think that 1.28mm is very dick know i play with 1.25 ,and they say me that more thiner string size is better .What do you think :)

Joe12
11-16-2005, 02:26 PM
thinner string adds more power and thicker adds less. I chose the 16 because I want less power (if I could buy 15, I would). If you want the strings to have more power, uses a thin gauge but the thinner will break faster.

SAMPRAS
11-19-2005, 12:29 AM
thinner string adds more power and thicker adds less. I chose the 16 because I want less power (if I could buy 15, I would). If you want the strings to have more power, uses a thin gauge but the thinner will break faster.
OK I WILL KNOW THIS
THANKS!:)