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Old 02-04-2013, 06:02 PM   #3
ricardo
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Default Gut mains/Multi crosses 42/38, Wilson KFive 108 cure..

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Originally Posted by Pbarrow View Post
So I had a minor arm problem last fall after a long season, combination of tennis and golfers elbow. I changed racquets, did all the recommended rest and rehab exercises past four months and have only played my new Head Extreme Pro 2.0 with all gut at low tension. Just dropped her off for a string job of VS mains and TF Black Code crosses, still at low tension (baby steps). What can I expect for playability, spin and power difference? Wonder if my arm will get sore again?
I was in the same situation like you but worse, 2 years ago.

I went through many so called friendly rackets (PK, Volkl C10 Pro, etc).
The only racket I thought helped me recover is the Wilson KFive 108 (triad technology) strung with NG Mains and Soft multi @42/38.

I now string at 52/48, NG mains/multi or synthetics.
I can play and hit really hard with a lot of topspin and my TE/GE never complained again.

I am currently using Pacific Classic Gut @52 and Head rip control crosses @48.

I firmly believe that comfort is significantly more dependent on the racket than on strings. That is my personal experience.

I also tried Head Microgel Extreme Pro strung with NG mains but I sold it because it hurt my elbow.
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