Originally Posted by Matchball
This racquet has amazing control, true.
Are you going to string with xcel? If you are stuck with it, I think it is not a bad idea to string at different tensions (in which case reserving a slot for your previous reference tension would be nice).
If you are willing to try different strings though, I would try 3 different setups with similar and "safe enough" tensions. Then I would take the winner out of those and fine tune it.
Yes I intended to string with Xcel, because it's so comfortable on my shoulder, arm, elbow, wrist etc. I've hit a lot of tennis balls in my life and my right limb is pretty shot, but I find Xcel allows me to play as if I don't have any problems.
I hit for an hour with Big Banger the other other day and I thought my arm etc was going to explode.
Are then any strings out there that compare with Xcel for comfort and playability?