Dunlop Aerogel 4d 300 Bad Arm.. Help Please!!

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  1. rltc

    rltc New User

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    Any advice welcome please.

    Playing with Dunlop Aerogel 4d 300 stock with a hybrid string at 57lb.Had elbow trouble for a number of years.Pains improved when i moved to this racket From the previous but one dunlop range but arm trouble has now increased again and wondered if changing to another dunlop may help? I also wondered if any of the range would be better suited to me as i'm also looking for more spin without loosing control and a bit more power.Any help/advice/suggestions welcome!

    Thanks

    Jon
     
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  2. TheOneHander

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    What hybrid is it?
     
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  3. rltc

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    the mains are poly mono and the crosses are a synthetic gut
     
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  4. TheOneHander

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    Try a full bed of a soft multi first. I'd be willing to bet that the poly is hurting your elbow.
     
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  5. rltc

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    should i just repeat that to my stringer or should i mention any specific string?
     
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  6. TheOneHander

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    As long as your stringer knows what they're doing, yes. You could always try Tecnifibre NRG2 if you want specific strings.
     
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  7. rltc

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    great thanks for your help
     
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