While playing today on a hardcourt, (the hottest surface) I played for one hour starting with a Clima cool adidas t. I noticed the poor absorbtion capacity from the shirt, dri fit is the same. However as soon as the shirt reaches its wettest it it does not stick to your skin at all and tends to dry and absorb more sweat. I changed to a cotton shirt and it worked great for about 20 minutes and my skin was dry and after that the cotton got heavy and stuck to my skin pretty badly. Ive been wondering which one is better to play in. Cotton that works 150% for 20 or 30 minutes and then is awful. Or Clima cool that aborbs poorly but dries quick and then absorbs more. Is it worth playing in cotton and changing more often? Or in Dri Fit/Climacool and just feeling nasty and wet all of the time but it continues to absorb and dry? Also I have noticed that Drifit tends to dry better and dry quicker than Clima Cool. Me being a sweat hog I tend to like the performance ts better than cotton just because it continues to dry continuously but absorbs poorly vs. cotton that aborbs to capacity (which is alot!) and then doesnt dry.