SPPP as a hybrid-Suggestions

Discussion in 'Strings' started by ace18, Aug 21, 2010.

  1. ace18

    ace18 Rookie

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    All, I use Dunlop AG300's, 58 lbs with OGSM 17G and X1 17G, 2 racquets have a full bed of OGSM, 1 has a full bed of X1. My 4th racquet is in need of strings.

    I'm an all court player, groundstrokes are my strengths, hit flat, OHB, can hit thru as well as slice. More of a placement guy then power guy but can hit with power when I need/want to.

    I have a pack of SPPP, 17G and want to try it as a hybrid. I have a pack of X1 17G, OGSM 17G or Tech Multifeel 17G. I string myself but haven't done much poly so the tension for poly's is a guess for me.

    Anyone played with one of these combo's and liked it or hated it? Any combo you would try over the other and why? Based upon my current tension, tension suggestions?
     
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  2. vamos2050

    vamos2050 New User

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    I would put in the x-1. It is good multi. Multifeel is also a good string.
     
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  3. federalprassi

    federalprassi Rookie

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    sppp in the main x1 in the cross IMO.
     
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  4. ClubHoUno

    ClubHoUno Banned

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    X-One mains and SPPP crosses.

    Works for Sergiy Stakhovsky, ATP World Tour no. 46 (he uses VS gut mains/SPPP crosses though, but same kind of feel)
     
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  5. ace18

    ace18 Rookie

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    Thanks guys, just strung up X1 in the mains, SPPP in the crosses. I should get a hit with it Tuesday.
     
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