Aeropro Drive Strings

Discussion in 'Strings' started by ddawg09, Feb 24, 2009.

  1. ddawg09

    ddawg09 New User

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    I recently demoed four racquets from TW including the AeroPro Drive Cortex Standard. Out of the four, I enjoyed this one the best and I plan on buying it in the near future. I know TW strings the racquets at 2+ mid which would mean the racquet was at 62 (55-65 range). I also noticed the strings were Babolat Attraction but I don't believe they make these anymore.

    I hit really well with the demo and I just wanted some opinions on what would be a good, durable string and tension to purchase for a topspin stlye baseliner who hit well with the Babolat Attractions at 62. I play probably 1-2 times per week and I would like the strings to last a while before having to restring them. Thanks
     
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  2. GMN

    GMN New User

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    I have my APD strung with Pro Hurricane Tour at 50lbs. I get good power and good control. I feel like I can still swing away and keep it in the court.
     
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  3. Dane

    Dane New User

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    I string mine with gut #57 mains and Cyberblue #52 cross. Nice control and plenty of power.
     
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  4. SOY78

    SOY78 Semi-Pro

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    Before I traded my APD+, it was strung with Big Ace 1.22 at 57# very nice. I also tried some SPPP 1.18 and that was great too. I think taming the power of this stick is the key. Haven't tried a non poly string with this stick so I am not sure how powerfull it'll be with synthetic or multifilament type of strings.
     
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  5. Il Mostro

    Il Mostro Banned

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    Attraction is readily available. $8.95 at TW. I liked X-1 and Reaction on this racquet.
     
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