"When in a hybrid. The even tension works well, as the synthetic is softer. Spin is generated from string snap back and if the crosses are lower and are a nice smooth and stiff string (Gosen OG) then you will create better snap back."
"There is also Mambatennis.com where you can buy single sets and get free shipping. The iontech strings have been up for string of the year on TW Forums and are around $7 a set with free shipping.
I would still go with the Kirschbaum deal, but it…"
"From my experience, Pro's Pro strings, although good, loose tension very fast. Your best bet is buying some Kirschbaum Super Smash orange from Tennis Plaza for $16 for 4 sets on sale and free shipping.
It's a 3rd gen poly and is pre…"
I am a 4.0 tournament player, and I would definitely be interested in hitting. I live near Craycroft and 5th, and I have a flexible schedule. Please send me a private message if you want to set something up.
I am from Albuquerque and wouldn't mind hitting ground strokes or playing in a match. I have a big serve, am very fast, enjoy singles or doubles and just love being outside.If you're available to play somewhere in between the 18th and 24th let me know. The cold weather doesn't bother me (Batting gloves).I will also be near the Cracroft and 5th street area, but can travel.Ciao,JoshSee More
Tennis Fan, Casual Player, Tournament or League Player, Racquet Stringer
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I have been playing tennis for almost three years and competitively for 8 months. I won the Tanoan tournament at 4,0. I am very fast and have a wide variety of serves (Flat and hard, spin, kicker and American twist with placement). I will be moving up to 4.5 at the end of this year after I get enough competition experience under my belt.
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Not bad, NTRP 4.5, If tennis is on TV - I am watching