Suggestions for a hybrid.

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Baselineg, Mar 30, 2010.

  1. Baselineg

    Baselineg Banned

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    Hey guys, im looking for suggestions for a realitively cheap hybrid (so dont suggest VS and luxilon) heres a little bit about my game.

    I use a head speed pro, flat forehands and flat 2hbh, mostly play from the baseline but i do come to the net when i push my opposition back with a good forehand or backhand or get a short ball around the service line to slice and approach the net.

    im looking for a softer poly for the crosses and a good multi or syn for the mains that ill be stringing at 60p and the poly at about 57p.

    Thanks.
     
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  2. ClubHoUno

    ClubHoUno Banned

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    Try:

    Mains: Tecnifibre X-One 17
    Crosses: WeissCannon Silverstring 1.20

    Very good hybrid!

    Or try:

    Mains: Babolat Xcel Power 17
    Crosses: WeissCannon Silverstring 1.20

    If you don't break string often (you get 15+ hours out of your strings) try a thin soft multi hybrid:

    Mains: Tecnifibre X-One 18
    Crosses: Signum Pro Hyperion 18

    This plays very soft and with good power. But It's not durable, but an excellent hybrid.
     
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  3. Baselineg

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    Thanks club ill be sure to give these hybrids a try!.
     
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  4. mambochino

    mambochino New User

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    try gosen polylon sp 17 on the main and prince/gamma synthetic guy on the cross. cheap but good.
     
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  5. flashfire276

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    Have you tried Babolat Pro Hurricane/N.VY hybrid?

    That stuff is pretty awesome for the price. For $10 (they sell it with a half set of each string), it really does a great job. Check it out!
     
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  6. Baselineg

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    no i havent had much experience with babolat strings, so im looking to experiment with different combos before i go buying reels, and $10 for a set sounds like its worth a try thanks.

    BTW: has anyone here tried isospeed baseline control? $35 for a reel sounds too good to be true.
     
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  7. kiteboard

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    msv hex/xi biphase.
     
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