Polys that play ok at higher tensions?
It seems the conventional wisdom is that polys should be strung around of below 50 lbs. And that poly loses tension quickly.
Ignorant of these facts over a year ago, I strung some Gamma Zo Tour 16 that my friend gave me at my normal tension (which was 59 lbs. on a Yonex RDIS300--this is one pound shy of the max. range. It lasted me longer than the string I was using at the time (Prince Lightning XX) with it being playable throughout.
I've also recently played with and liked Topspin Cyber Flash 16 @ 60 lbs (mid-tension on my RQIS 1 Tour XL.) What struck me with this string was how well it seems to hold its tension. It was a little stiff, which I don't mind since I have two-handed strokes on both sides, but the tension feels about the same as when I strung it over a month ago (I play about 8 hours a week.) I mean, I thought polys were supposed to be terrible at maintaining tension.
So my question is:
Is my experience unique? This string job with the Cyber Flash strings has already lasted me twice as long as my previous string job: 850 Pro multi, which began to catapult the ball at a certain point. And the tension feels about the same as when I strung it over a month ago (I play about 8 hours a week.)
Also, are there any specific polys that hold tension well and remain playable at around 60 lbs.?
[Yonex RQiS 1 Tour XL 95 - Cyber Flash 16 (M) and Tonic 16 (X) @ 60]
[Yonex RD Ti 80 Lite - NRG2 16 @ 55/53]