type and tension for racquet

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  1. Honeoye Tennis

    Honeoye Tennis New User

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    im thinking about getting the Prince Ozone 7, and was wondering what type of strings and what tension....im an intermiedete player with a mid-high powerful stroke....and a long stroke
     
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  2. tennisfreak15347

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    intermediate player is a very broad range. first off, what is your previous racquet and strings and tension. next, what are you looking for in your next stringjob that you didn't find in your last one.
     
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  3. The_Question

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    I don't know what kind of strings are you liking. But with full strokes, max out the tension, which is 65lb...
     
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  4. Honeoye Tennis

    Honeoye Tennis New User

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    see im kinda new to tennis.....but my last racquet i got at ***** sporting goods and it was a Head Titanium S1 so its whatever they strung it at but on the racket it said reccomend tension was 55-64....so anything els?
     
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  5. Valjean

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    If you had no complaints, why don't you just put the same thing in again?

    It's likely you had a basic syn gut, such as Prince's Original Synthetic Gut or Prince's Synthetic Gut with Duraflex added in, strung in the middle of the racquet's tension range.
     
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