Yonex Tour Super 850 Pro Spin 16

Discussion in 'Strings' started by retroceso, Sep 15, 2006.

  1. retroceso

    retroceso Rookie

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    has anyone played with these strings? and what tension?
    Also how does it compare to the Yonex Tour Super 850?
     
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  2. Ripper

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  3. iscottius

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    Best multifilament made for a player. Holds tension well, plays crisp doesn't move as much as other multi's, last longer as well. This is hands down the best playing multi, and bets value in tennis.

    If you are a soft swinger or like a super soft feel, this may not be for you.
     
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  4. retroceso

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    i dont understand ripper
     
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  5. retroceso

    retroceso Rookie

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    hey i jsut bought these strings. i was wondering what tension shouldi put it at? i was thinking 60, i had 62 for my Yonex super tour 850 (non-spin). these are going to be on my yonex rds 003
     
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  6. f1 tech

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    Great string, great price.
    iscottius is exactly right.
     
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  7. backcourt

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    I would say going down two pounds is about right. It is a little firmer than the Super Tour 850, and as the 003 is a pretty powerful racquet, I think you made a good string choice.
     
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