Which string for Babolat AeroPro Drive Cortex

Discussion in 'Strings' started by horsovski, Aug 10, 2010.

  1. horsovski

    horsovski New User

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    Hey

    I am buying this racket and i dont know which strings will be best for me. I can choose between following strings and i am more of a beginner allrounded player:


    Thanks for your suggestions!
     
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  2. kiteboard

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    Hex or blackcode.
     
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  3. Tennis_Crazed

    Tennis_Crazed Semi-Pro

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    Well you should probably decide if you're going for a synthetic, hybrid or full poly set-up first... and a little description of your level/play. thats more important than your frame
     
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  4. kevin345

    kevin345 New User

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    Hex, they have a good amount of spin, and are very durable. Alu power rough generates more spin than it, but it only lasts 1/4 of the time hex lasts. After that time, u cant put spin on the ball with alu power rough. I spent like $80 on strings trying to find good spin generating strings and hex are pretty good. I would also recommend kirschbaum spiky shark, altho i havent used them in a while, they were really good as well.
     
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  5. kittogi

    kittogi Rookie

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    I'm using Signum Pro PolyPlasma on my Babolat AeroPro Cortex, and I really love the soft feel of this poly string. I have it strung at 55lbs.
     
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  6. meowmix

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    Tennis Crazed is right. They're all good strings, but they're suited for different people. We need more info before we can really give you a good recommendation: one that is suited to YOUR game. What kind of tennis do you play, how often you break strings, whether you have arm problems, and what you're looking for in your string would be nice information to start with.
     
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  7. horsovski

    horsovski New User

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    Sorry for the lack of informations.

    I am a more of a beginner player now, i played a lot of tennis years ago but had a big break in last years and gonna play a lot more now. What i would like to have is a good combination of power and control.
     
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