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    multi crosses to poly mains

    it's roughly four years now that i have been enjoying the mantis comfort synthetic as a cross-string and having used it with a rather big number of mains. it is a soft string that behaves very neutral, is lowish on power and provides very good spin support and therefore for me and my playstyle...
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    syngut crosses to poly mains

    at the beginning of this year i started to test syngut crosses with the aim to find a match in durability to poly mains and thus eliminate the frequent restringing of the crosses. my standard cross is the mantis comfort synthetic, a soft multi, that plays terrific but only lasts one intensive...
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    ashaway monogut zx pro

    when will this string be available?
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    structured/shaped polys playtest

    https://skydrive.live.com/redir.aspx?cid=f287615ab811974e&resid=F287615AB811974E!122 i have not had much experience with structured or shaped strings, as i am (still) of the opinion that 95% of the spin you manage to put on the ball comes from your technique, maybe 3% from the stringpattern and...
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    mantis power polyester / power synthetic review

    gauge: mains 1.22 / crosses 1.22 racquet: wilson nblade 106 (heavily modded) tension: 23kg mains / 22kg crosses surface: outdoors red clay stringing and first impressions. no trouble stringing, neither the mains nor the crosses. power – 9.5/10 impressive power level and very good...
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    mantis power polyester / comfort synthetic review

    gauge: mains 1.22 / crosses 1.30 racquet: wilson nblade 106 (heavily modded) tension: 23kg mains / 22.5kg crosses surface: outdoors red clay stringing and first impressions. no trouble stringing, neither the mains nor the crosses. the comfort synthetic is a very soft string. power - 9/10 very...
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