Best Poly or Multifilament

Discussion in 'Strings' started by themightysock, Nov 5, 2005.

  1. I'm gonna string my racket with babolat tonic 16 crosses and was wondering what string i should hybrid it with. I'd like these strings to be durable, hold tension well, and move little. Any suggestions?
  2. matchpoint54

    matchpoint54 Rookie

    Sep 23, 2005
    Try either Hurricane or Luxilon BB Alu-Power
  3. Jerry Seinfeld

    Jerry Seinfeld Professional

    Feb 18, 2004
    Why use gut as crosses??? The majority of your playability comes from the mains and if I were opening the coffers for gut, I would want the full benefits and at least string them in the mains. To lessen the expense you can use a synthetic gut cross, like PSGD or I have found Alpha Gut 2000 (with a pre-stretch) does a good job in hybrid with natty gut. I don't recommend a poly hybrid with gut. (Another topic for another day!) And I especially don't recommend using gut as a cross in hybrid with poly. In my opinion a total waste of money for recreational and club level players.

    Truth is I would suggest you forget the hybrid idea and go full gut. That is ultimately going to be the sweetest set-up.
  4. pure luck

    pure luck New User

    Sep 11, 2004
    well if u want to do hybrid try gamma zo sweet, blend of poly on e main and tnt on e crosses.
    gd for feel and it last for quite awhile
  5. Dan007

    Dan007 Hall of Fame

    Nov 5, 2005
    Luxilon BB ALU-POWER. It's the best

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