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How much does string really matter to you??

All of these new "big banger" strings are coming out like the new "Black Code" from technifibre, "Hurricane" Babolat, "MSV" Focus, "Zo twist tour", "Zo Rough"...etc.

What about string like "Natural Gut" though and Excel premium from babolat, wilson "hollow core", Wilson "stamina", all these multifilament strings!..

So what's better?

That extreme bite of the hurricane that sends the ball spinning off the strings or the soft touch and feel of the Natural gut that has been around forever...or both!!!

The hybrids have been really popular among all the pros with the hard tough string on the mains and the soft comfort string on the crosses or like Roger Federer who uses a soft string on the mains and hard tough string on the crosses.

What string or string combo is the best for you?

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Comment by Meags on June 30, 2009 at 3:31am
Ive played around with a number of strings and have settled with my combination for a number of reasons.
How they string, spin and feel and longevity.
I play Pro Hurricane Tour on the mains and x1 biphase on the crosses. The babolat do offer lots of spin and when fresh for me are about the best around, The x1 IMO are the best multifilament on the market, very close to gut, in fact i prefer it to gut!! Second is Kirshbaum Multifibre. Im happy with my crosses but I will probably experiment with the mains aslong as i play tennis.
Im also happy with poly on mains as I hit heavy topspin and I think it would make my racket a touch too powerful the 'fed' way.
I play with mid plus rackets and string usually around 54-56 lbs and change my strings once a month.

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