Comments: 4.5 junior tennis player. I have the Aero Storm GT. Put Gosen polyon 16g on mains and gamma pro spin 16g on cross. Both at a tension of 61 pounds; one of the best hybrids you can possibly get. Has a lot of bite and exceptional control. Adding on to that has a great durability. The Gosen is very cheap polyester, but still very good string and the gamma pro spin is a bit expensive. This hybrid causes a little bit of elbow pain, but goes away after a little while.
John, San Francisco, CA, USA, 08/10
Comments: I strung a new racquet with a full bed at 60 lbs (mid-point tension). It's hard to justify the cost after playing four sets. Pay 5 bucks more and you can have Babolat Tonic 15L natural gut, which holds tension better and has superior playability all around. I'd prefer this stuff as a hybrid cross string. I think a 17g poly in the mains along with this Gamma Professional Spin as a cross string could be a great setup. If you do like a soft multifilament, then I recommend you sting at the high end of your racquet's tension range. Otherwise, you might find lots of your shots flying long!
Jim, Montgomery, TX USA. 2/09
Comments: I'm a 4.0+ heavy serving college player. I used Prince Lightning and Babolat hybrid but recently changed over with advice from my coach to a Babolat VS Natural ThermoGut 16 Touch String and Gamma Professional Spin 16 mix. It works better than any string I have ever used. It has amazing control, power and durability. If you have the $60 it takes to get both, I would highly suggest it. They are a better combination than the normal Babolat VS Hybrid. The Gamma provides better spin and control than Babolat Hurricane, and the VS is the best gut available.
Thomas, Michigan, USA. 12/07
Comments: This Gamma Pro Spin string 16 gauge is quite good. It's made better than some of the other manufacturers of spin string. The Gamma Spin Professional 16 gauge held up well, produced good topspin, sidespin and slices. Good on volleys also. You'll notice a difference, so take this string for a test drive.
Greg, NJ, USA. 11/07