Originally Posted by Tennisguy3000
Thanks for your input everyone.
I live on the west coast & still play when it is damp on the courts in the winter, I believe that natural gut doesn't hold up well to moisture (is this true?)
I have read some great reviews on Heads RIP Control. Considering a full bed or hybrid (have never had/tried a hybrid setup before). Any thoughts/advice appreciated.
Rip Control is Heads attempt to blend 3 string features into one string,,in wine terminology its a claret--blend different wines together to get one better wine.
Rip control-comfort-multi string
Rip control- spin-textured string
Rip control-control-hard poly outside
So its multi string with a hard poly outside thats textured.
Plays with comfort and control.