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Discussion in 'Strings' started by srv vlly, Nov 3, 2005.

  1. srv vlly

    srv vlly Rookie

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    i was wondering what polyester string would be best for control (serve volley) game. i tried pro hurricane and i deadend the feel of the ball. so which polyester atring would provide the most feel and would it be cross or mains?
     
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  2. nViATi

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    Polys don't have much feel compared to other strings. Why do you want to use polys?
     
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  3. srv vlly

    srv vlly Rookie

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    durability purposes. im popping strings at an alarming rate
     
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  4. darkblue

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    try Tim Henman's setup maybe?

    i think it's a Timo17g with gut on the mains??
     
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  5. srv vlly

    srv vlly Rookie

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    ok, thanks
     
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  6. tennisguy2121

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    Since you are looking for a string that has good durability, but you still want a good feel, I would try Luxilon Ace 18. Did you try Pro Hurricane 17 or 16, if you tried 16, you can give 17 a shot.
     
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  7. srv vlly

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    sounds good
     
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  8. Jaro

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    If you want cheaper alternative to luxilion try Unique Big Hitter 17 full job (it is similar to Alu Power) or hybrid it with multi in the crosses (for example Isospeed Control).
     
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