Best string for Babolat Pure strom gt and Head youtek prestige mp

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Tmano, Dec 10, 2010.

  1. Tmano

    Tmano Professional

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    Hello,
    I just posted a thread on the racquet category regarding Pure strom gt vs Head youtek prestige mp racquet......
    Okay, my mane is Manolo I'm Italian I'm a 4.5 tennis player and 37 yeras old currently using the Babolat pure storm gt. I'm a baseline player who does not mind at all to attack and to go to net. I'm a pretty aggressive player who looks for winner with the forhand and backhand. I hit with topsping (not extreme)and flat shots as well especially when I go for the winner along the line. I'm mostly a double hands back hand but I hit slice too. I restarted playing tennis after a very long time in May 2009 picking Babolat as my stick since I had a good feeling with it....I started off with the Pure drive team, then the Aeropro drive cortex and finally the Pure strom gt. I really like the Pure strom gt (yet nor really much the string on currently stung at 50lbs with pro plasma)even though I can get the best out of it yet because I still playing with the string and tension.

    Can you guys help me out to find the right string and tension?

    I'm thinking also to buy a Head youtek prestige mp so any suggestion about string and tension ?

    Thanks a lot I really appreciate.
     
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  2. mrtrinh

    mrtrinh Professional

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    i have both rackets, my pure storm gt is strung up with tourna big hitter silver/ gosen og micro 54 lbs.

    youtek prestige mp babolat vs/ adrenaline ( i used this set up because of the desne string pattern)

    what current strings are you using?
     
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  3. Tmano

    Tmano Professional

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    Hi, thankls for replying.
    I'm using signum pro plasma at 50lbs on the pure storm yet i don't like it to much and on the prestige luxilon alu at 60lbs
     
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