Hard to find a string for my game !

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Genesys, Jan 11, 2009.

  1. Genesys

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    Hi folks,

    Here's my game: Big hitter, with not much spin but decent spin (only in defense when needed), deep shots and the point is always made in 2 or 3 strokes, either for a winner (or a fault :twisted:) or to attack the net.

    I'm playing with FXP Radical, what string would you put ?
     
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  2. tennisfreak15347

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    well first off, what are your current strings, and what are you looking for that you're not finding out of your set-up?
     
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  3. Genesys

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    I'm currently playing with a poor synthetic gut, created by a european brand, very cheap, for price as well as for quality :).

    Here's what I want: Great control, good ball speed, decent spin, feel and touch for volleys
     
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  4. Valjean

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    Babolat's Addiction, then.
     
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  5. tenniskillz

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    Try Kirschbaum P2 or Pro Line II, both polys with good control, decent power, and good feel. I think that P2 is a more control string while, PL II is a little bit more powerful and has better touch. If poly gives you problems then try Tecnifibre X-1 Biphase, one of the best control/feel multis i've ever tried.
     
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  6. vndesu

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    topspin cyberflashes.

    i liked it wen i tried out my friends fxp rad
     
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  7. Genesys

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    No, I only focus on poly :)

    So for the moment:
    - Pro Line II
    - Cyberflash (or Cyberpower?!)
     
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  8. Genesys

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    Can MSV HEX be a good choice even though I don't use that much amount of spin ?
     
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  9. NickC

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    No. Don't use it unless you're looking to get more spin from your shots and you have great batspeed. Go for Big Banger Alu Power or Big Banger Original.
     
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