Syn Gut Geared to Control

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  1. tennisplayer132

    tennisplayer132 New User

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    What are some really good control oriented Syn Gut strings?

    Also out of curiosity, do multifilaments work better for flat hitters compared to spin players?
     
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  2. Valjean

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    Wilson's Super Spin, for one.

    And, yes, they do.
     
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  3. Keifers

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    When you say "control oriented Syn Gut strings," I assume you mean monofilaments, not multifilaments.

    I would recommend Gosen JC (Jim Courier) highly. And Wilson Reaction (even though it's not strictly-speaking a monofilament; it's more a bundle of small monofilaments).

    Both JC and Reaction offer a crisp, firm string bed, and they both hold tension really well.
     
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  4. tennisplayer132

    tennisplayer132 New User

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    what about tecnifibre multi-feel>
     
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  5. Eiffel59

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    It's a multi w/polyamide central core monofilament for good comfort and increased durability; better in thin gauge (17) for increased ball speed and responsivity especially in denser pattern frames.


    Hope this helps,

    Mario
     
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  6. ryangoring

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    This would be a great setup.
     
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