Fischer Vacuum Control 110

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  1. levy07

    levy07 New User

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    Got this one recently from used sports store, great Fischer feel. Any string suggestions? Thanks.
     
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  2. Cobra Tennis

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    Gamma live wire xp or a good multi will really get that feel going
     
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  3. levy07

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    What about a hybrid with poly main? Will use mainly for doubles.
     
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  4. levy07

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    Any tension recommendations? Can't find any info on this racquet.
     
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  5. Cobra Tennis

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    A hybrid poly will feel fine. If you do a hybrid with poly I'd go no higher than 50 lbs
     
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  6. retrowagen

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    I always play my classic Fischers with a good full multifilament bed.

    The USRSA Stringer's Digest says the suggested tension is 60-68 pounds for the 110.
     
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  7. tennis4josh

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    Fischers play well at lower end of the tension range. If the range is 60-68 lbs then I will start by stringing a multi at 60lbs and increase the tension if needed. For Poly I will drop the tension by 15%.

    -Josh
     
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