poly advice

Discussion in 'Strings' started by johntennis, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. johntennis

    johntennis New User

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    im a baseliner who uses heavy spin especially on forehand. lately i have been getting shoulder soreness when i string full alu rough or even hybrid mains with alu rough and volkl cyclone in crosses. im looking to use a softer/less harsh poly for my whole stringbed that generates alot of spin. i have narrowed the decision down to 3 polys. 1) TF black code 2) volkl cyclone 3) signum pro tornado. Are they all pretty much the same? Which is the most powerful. Any feedback would be appreaciated.
     
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  2. beststringer

    beststringer Rookie

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    it depends on tension too. cyclone at 35lbs is ok.

    much better than alu at 55.

    if u can't handle 55 with poly, don't use poly. u only have 1 arm/shoulder.
     
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  3. johntennis

    johntennis New User

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    i have a tight string pattern. 18/20 and string around 50. if i string with anything other than poly, it breaks too fast. i cant afford that. i play every day. i have no arm soreness when hitting with full volkl cyclone. but i really want to know if the black code or tornado are any better. im looking for the most powerful string of the 3. they all offer good spin.
     
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