Great reviews on the hit pro, I will also offer my views on this string.
I got it following galapagos’ review (it was a pain to find in Europe, a lot of Mayami strings have been sold out for a while but I spoke with Miroslav and apparently a second batch will soon be coming) and I was not disappointed. I also play with the angell tc95 16x19 and therefore tend to favour round strings in the 1.30 gauge as to make the launch angle a little more manageable.
First and foremost, what really struck me about hit pro was its forgiveness. I never thought about forgiveness as being a determinant characteristic but with hit pro it really stood out. Where other strings may see a noticeable power reduction on mishits, with hit pro I felt that whenever I missed the sweet spot, the ball was still landing on the other side of the court, with decent depth.
In second place comes the feeling, hit pro is, simply put, a joy to play with - soft and provides a lot of feedback. Touch shots are amazing with this string, I felt I could do a lot more than usual not only with shots around the net but also chip/block returns and even bh slices.
mentions the lack of grab which is something to bear in mind, but in my case I probably didn’t feel it as much due to the tc95’s open pattern. Granted control was not completely there for me, I was overall happy with the tradeoff of being able to dictate pace a lot more often at the expense of a few extra shots sailing long.
I’m curious to see how long it will last in terms of playability. I strung mine at 23kg (will probably go up 1kg the next time) and so far I’m 4-5 hours in and it’s still going strong.
I think this is a must try string if you play with less powerful racquets with open patterns.
Thank you @galapagos
for the heads up! I am now very curious about the tour bite soft review