What type of string?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Tennis Man, Oct 5, 2006.

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What type of string?

  1. Solid Core (many SynGut, Poly, crisp feel)

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  2. Monofilament Poly (Durable, ex. Pro Hurricane)

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  3. Multifilament with No Wraps (Soft, ex. Sensation, Xcel))

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  4. Multifilament with Wraps (Soft & Durable, ex RIP Control)

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  5. Composites (blended materials, ex RIP Control, ALU-Power, Duraflex)

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  6. Natural Gut Hybrid

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  7. Kevlar Hybrid

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  8. Other

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  1. Tennis Man

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    Hey guys, what type of string do you prefer and actually use.

    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/LC/String/StringReference.html

    I like monofilament poly, composites and lastly multifilament with wraps. I can't stand my strings fraying. How about you?

    Please, list your favorite string. My favorite is Babolat Pro Hurricane Tour for durability, it doesn't move much and is not too stiff.
     
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  2. Tennis Man

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    Come on, guys. If you vote, list your faves at least.
     
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    Luxilon Big Banger ALU Power 16L mains with Yonex Tour Super 850 Feel 16L crosses.

    Although in one of my new racquets (Babolat Pure Drive Roddicks) I'm trying the Babolat Pro Hurricane Tour 17g mains with the Tour Super 850 Feel 16L crosses.

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  4. EZRA

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    Forten Thin Blend
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    Forten Sweet Aramid
     
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  5. ucd_ace

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    Luxilon Big Banger ALU... whole racquet. Is kevlar throughout the racquet so uncommon as to not warrant an option on the poll?
     
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  6. Tennis Man

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    I guess it's still Kevlar hybrid ... it's not pure Kevlar anyway :)
     
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  7. Tennis Man

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    bump, any1 else has strings on their racquets?
     
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