Discussion in 'Strings' started by nadal&roddickfan, Jul 10, 2008.
which one is better, and in what areas?
What are you talking about? Surely you meant Prince's Premier with *Softflex* and not Duraflex? Now, do you think there is a difference when hitting with titanium tennis balls and with pressureless ones (or regular balls, if you don't know those)? Do they make a difference for you? To the softer feel, add some power for Prince's Premier and you have the two most striking differences (which have to count somehow with you first in order for you to rank them).
*correction* Prince Premier with softflex, thankyou. but would Prince Premier be the step up from PSGD?
It depends on what your looking for. Premier is not nearly as durable as duraflex, but it's softer, and has quite a bit more power. but it also doesnt produce as much spin.
it's really good as a cross for softening up a poly/synthetic hybrid, though.
duraflex works well as a full stringjob, or also as a cross, because it's got decent control either way.
i think the premier with softflex plays slightly better but is also 3$ more expensive and slightly less durable. I love this string but I actualy usualy use the psgd just because its like 90% as good and last a little longer and is a tiny bit cheaper which is good for a college student
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