How will using poly mains and multi crosses play differently than the opposite?

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  1. grover

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    Is it safe to say you will get more playability from multi mains and more durability from poly mains?
     
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  2. MarrratSafin

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    Poly mains=more bite, crisp, better spin, durability and control.

    Multi mains=better feel, touch and power. And bit more difficult to string up.:lol:
     
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  3. ClubHoUno

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    ^^^^^^^ What he said! ^^^^^^^
     
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    Poly mains: Stiffer, more durable

    Multi mains: Softer, less durable
     
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  5. Centered

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    Then the next question becomes, what are you trying to achieve by using a hybrid setup rather than a single string?
     
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  6. Tennis_Crazed

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    Mr. Club is on point about Marat being on point! hahah

    yeah i think the feel and durability aspect are the 2 key points when i compare these two set-ups.
     
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