Only stringing polyester strings

I'm thinking there are a lot of polyester strings on the market. Is it a option to create a assortment with only polyester strings and not with SG or multifilament.

There are so many strings with different characters so I think there is always a polyester string for each player. If someone has arm problems you can use a string that has low stiffness and a good energy return.

I'm interested in everyone's opinion about my thoughts?

Sorry for my English ;-)
 

CopolyX

Hall of Fame
for each player....nope...only players that have the skills to best use polys. ...there are lots of player that there play, skill level, or psychical limitations that should not be using a poly. young adult, people sensitive to T.E., seniors ..also nothing wrong with the world of hybridizing..............you also forget about natural gut. One of the highest selling string is Prince Sync Gut...DuraFlux...beats out the huge list of copolys...what does that tell you...
 

Readers

Professional
I'm thinking there are a lot of polyester strings on the market. Is it a option to create a assortment with only polyester strings and not with SG or multifilament.

There are so many strings with different characters so I think there is always a polyester string for each player. If someone has arm problems you can use a string that has low stiffness and a good energy return.

I'm interested in everyone's opinion about my thoughts?

Sorry for my English ;-)
One set with below 90 stiffness and 95%+ energy return please.
 
for each player....nope...only players that have the skills to best use polys. ...there are lots of player that there play, skill level, or psychical limitations that should not be using a poly. young adult, people sensitive to T.E., seniors ..also nothing wrong with the world of hybridizing..............you also forget about natural gut. One of the highest selling string is Prince Sync Gut...DuraFlux...beats out the huge list of copolys...what does that tell you...
Thanks for your opinion. If I look in the Database of TW for the stiffness off the Prince SG Duraflex it is 177 and energy return of 93,9%. There are polys like Solinco Hyper G 18 that has almost the same stiffness (180) and energy return of 88,5%. I was thinking for people with arm problems or for young players to string a little bit lower in tension and that the string gives some forgiveness.
 

Irvin

Talk Tennis Guru
Poly robs power from the racket. Poly is not for the majority of players. You would severely limit your customer base.
 
Poly robs power from the racket. Poly is not for the majority of players. You would severely limit your customer base.
And a hybrid with poly / SG or multi?

Which players you will advice to use full poly? I think the stringbreakers and the spinning players....
 

oble

Hall of Fame
Which players you will advice to use full poly? I think the stringbreakers and the spinning players....
What you said here is what I would advise essentially. Players who swing slow or have a compact flat swing are unlikely to benefit from using full poly.
 

Irvin

Talk Tennis Guru
And a hybrid with poly / SG or multi?

Which players you will advice to use full poly? I think the stringbreakers and the spinning players....
String breakers but there are other strings I personally prefer over poly. I'm sorry but I just don't like poly.
 

CopolyX

Hall of Fame
copolys are not a one size fits all. so many great options out there. you really need to cater to the best string for the person behind that racquet.
 

bigserving

Hall of Fame
If you only stock poly strings, there will be a particular string in your stock that is "best" for each player. That does not mean that particular string would be the very best string for them. There are plenty of players who's game and/style is not enhanced by polyester strings.

There simply is no type of string, or string category that is best for every single type of player.
 

Flying Train

New User
I agree with the other commentators who said that co-poly is unsuitable for most players. It's hard on the arm & shoulder and players under the 4.0 level don't have the technique to take advantage of its low power and spin potential. Also, it loses its playability after 10-20 hours and most players will not restring that often. That said, Tecnifibre Red Code and Kirschbaum Pro Line X (smooth) and Volkl Cyclone and Solinco Revolution (textured) are good, inexpensive strings. I hybrid with syn gut or multis and never string above 25 KG.
 
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