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What are your thoughts on string patterns?

Why are they important?

What does a 16x19 have over an 18x20 or vice versa?

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Greetings, Tennis Zone Customers!

The Dunlop Aerogel 4D 2 hundred Tennis Racket truly does bite!

The open string pattern makes a huge difference in my hits.


Dunlop Aerogel 4D 200 Tennis Racket

On a technically sound low-to-high topspin forehand, the strings grab the ball just a little more... enough to lift the ball up over the net with more spin than with a tight string pattern.
On top of that, the weight and flexibility of the racquet allow me to swing away at the ball with good control and direction.

If you're an aggressive 4.0+ baseliner, string this racket with some thin big banger on the mains and a soft synthetic gut on the crosses to get maximum power and control.

Just be prepared to buy more balls, because you will be shredding them with the Dunlop Aerogel 4D 200 16 x 19!

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Just go for it.

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Play in the zone, and inject some control, placement, power, spin, energy and confidence into your game!

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This is my opinion on string patterns.
16x19
Pros: Lots of spin and good power, more comfortable than the 18x20 patterns when using same string and tension and good control on touch shots.
Cons: Sometimes consistency is lacking, power is sometimes uncontrollable and strings don't last as long as the 18x20

18x20:
Pros: Good for flat hitters, consistent in power and control.
Cons: Need really good technique for topspin shots and feels much stiffer than 16x19 if used the same string and tension.
hi serge...

you're totally right.

timing and positioning are essential to getting good spin with a tight string pattern.

i suggest the 16x19 to serious junior players quite a bit, because the balance and the string pattern make for more shots in... it's just easier to handle and easier to get clean topspin hits.

the 18x20 is a tough one to use, so whoever buys this one should be pretty good!

Serge T. said:
This is my opinion on string patterns.
16x19
Pros: Lots of spin and good power, more comfortable than the 18x20 patterns when using same string and tension and good control on touch shots.
Cons: Sometimes consistency is lacking, power is sometimes uncontrollable and strings don't last as long as the 18x20

18x20:
Pros: Good for flat hitters, consistent in power and control.
Cons: Need really good technique for topspin shots and feels much stiffer than 16x19 if used the same string and tension.
One more i just found out:

18x20
Con: When stringing polys, your stringer is going to hate you especially if it is a rough/textured poly

;)
i just switched to 18x20 and love it. I agree that topspin is harder to get. On the other hand, my slice shots are more biting than they've ever been
Im a 18x20 user.
After playing with both I orientated towards a dense pattern for more control. Combined with a lowish (55lbs) tension and good string set up and technique I also get the qualities of an open pattern, good spin and power.
It also depends on the racket, for instance I couldnt get any spin (relative to my Rebel 95) from my Wilson 6.1 95 open and dense patterns, nor did i get as much from my open patterned Fischers, saying that, I was using Alu Rough as my poly on a hybrid and IMO it doesnt have the spin potential of Babolat PHT.
Also I think there is something in the beam width of rackets, i find getting thinner beams (so called players rackets/low powered) easier to swing through the air, this combined with a high headlight, flexy set up and good technique and strings condusive to great spin whether your pattern is open or closed.
Its all about how it feels for the individual, remember the actual 'real' affect on a tennis ball is negligible.

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