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Old 10-02-2012, 05:19 PM   #4
txt858
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for me, it's not that bad. Kevlar doesn't vibrate, so my shots feels very solid. although it is a VERY low power string, so as long as your crosses has some power, it's not bad at all. I usually string mines up at 45lbs mains and 47lbs crosses. If you like hitting with a lot of SPIN, no other strings can compare to Kevlar. These strings really do grab on to the tennis balls. I say if you are more of a flat hitter, then the strings might feel stiff, because the Kevlar does not stretch and bounce back like synthetic or poly. If you like to brush up on the ball to generate that spin, you probably won't feel the stiffness of the Kevlar that much. You should try it, you might be surprise and might like it.
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