my 10 yr old son hates string movement

Discussion in 'Strings' started by DustinW, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. pvaudio

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    ^^^ I didn't say it was a bad choice. I was referring to his prior post where he said NRG2 was more durable and had better tension stability than Bab VS.
     
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  2. etd

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    Poly shouldn't be used by a 10 year old.

    However, the design of the Prince EXO Tour Team does result in a lot of string movement. This is a result of having such big string holes and an open string pattern. I demoed this racquet with Prince Lightning Spin, and even though I liked how the racquet played, the string movement just drove me crazy.

    I've found that Babolat Addiction has very little string movement for a multifilament. Perhaps you could give this a shot.
     
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  3. jcollura4

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    get a string thing to straighten the strings after playing
     
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  4. Seth

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    Tell him to suck it up. "It builds character."
     
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