String Logo help . . . . please identify

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  1. thebeast

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    I have no idea, but it has to be a string brand.
     
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  3. thebeast

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    anyone?
     
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  4. tennisnj

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    Tough to tell from that angle, but I'm going to say? PolyStar, a German string company? I know Rainier Schuettler has that same logo & I verified that @ the Open this year & on his website. Again, it's very difficult to tell.
     
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    Nope, she's using Pacific PolyForce 17, and that stencil is the Pacific Cross
     
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    Can't see it myself!
     
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    I think it's the polystar star!
     
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    Thomas, I'm glad you were able to come up w/the answer w/o having to deduce it from the angle of the picture. I don't see the Pacific 'X' in the picture, but I'll take your word based on your expertise & knowledge.
     
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