What strings has more spin potential?

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  1. DizBoiDanny

    DizBoiDanny Semi-Pro

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    okay, i have been using poly. and i don't no why i used it. So i would like to try some synthetic gut string or some multifilament synthetic string.
    What strings do you think has more spin potential. and is great overall?
     
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  2. Valjean

    Valjean Hall of Fame

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    If I were you now, I would start out with Wilson's new hexagonal-shaped Super Spin, which has a surprisingly muted feel due to all the extrusions.
     
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  3. Eric4

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    Prince topspin ain't bad either
     
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  4. 2nd_Serve

    2nd_Serve Professional

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    If you want a poly, go with Topspin or Pro Supex

    Syntehtic Gut - Gosen JC

    Multi - X-biphase is pretty spin friendly...

    Gut - Any is pretty good.
     
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  5. kevsaenz

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    i'd say that has more to do with his freakishly fast racket head speed than what string he uses.
     
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  6. Racket-Junkie

    Racket-Junkie New User

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    duralast are not spin friendly, extreme western grip plus open string pattern is though. If nadal used a spin string he would get no depth on his shots.
     
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