Has anyone played with...

Prince Tournament Nylon. My cousin told me I should use this during the summer when I'm practicing more than I'm playing matches.

In the summer, I practice with friends, and i'm not in to many tournaments.

Anyone?
 

theace21

Hall of Fame
It was a popular string many years ago. It plays pretty good, and it is super cheap. It is pretty durable. I don't know anyone that uses it anymore, but it is still available, so somebody must be using it. Not a great playing string by many of today's standards - but if it meets your needs, give it a try.
Good Luck...
 
theace21, describes nylon right to the tee. Its a string all about durability. I actually know one of the teaching pros around here that uses it. It lets hard hitting players save some money, so it probably would be something you would like if you tend to break string and are not wanting to restring alot this summer.
 

Valjean

Hall of Fame
Sometime in the last month before you return to match play, I would begin to restring with what you are used to, depending on the gauge and type of string that is. Prince Tournament Nylon is very thick, it loses tension rather fast, and the change might jolt you otherwise.
 

wxr

Rookie
basic string...
often used by stringers because it's from Prince.
customers like to see known brands..

the string to go when one doesn't care to much about what they are playing with.
 

equinox

Hall of Fame
I play my best tennis with gosen protuff 15g nylon.
Only problem is tension maintence is fairly poor.
I must restring every 10-15 sets.
 
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