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Comments: I developed Tennis Elbow two years ago and accepted pain as the norm when playing and after playing.
Did not know that polyester string was the main cause. I gave this string a try with the same racquet and the problem went away
gradually and now after 3 months, the TE chronic problem vanished. Thank god! You need to string it at 59 lbs or 60 lbs or else
the main will move too much. Causing loss of control and frequent breakage. It can't match the performance of polyester, but it
outlasts and outperforms most other brands of Synthetic Gut out there. This will cure your TE naturally!
From: Don, 11/14
Comments: This string is good for hybrid stringing. It is soft for the arm and it has average spin and power. It does
have good feel for drop shots, volleys, and lobs and it has good control for placing the ball where you need to. Overall its a very
good string for the price and for blending. I'm a competitive 5.5 player that plays about 10 hours a week and it has good
durability when blended with a polyester string. I use Spiky Shark Black 16g and this together in an AeroPro Drive racquet and this
set up works just fine for my heavy topspin game.
From: Rafa, 11/14
Comments: Normally I use much more expensive strings, but because of an elbow problem I wanted something
softer and with less vibration, so I strung this in my racquet. I just can't believe what I found. Amazing power, control, spin, slice
and feel. They moved just a bit, but after six sets they are still in and show no sign of breaking. Thank God I found this.
From: Sam, 1/13
Comments: I used this string in my Babolat Aeropro Drive and it definitely had more bite and had me
hitting the ball with more spin and accuracy. I noticed string movement, but not as much as the Gosen Synthetic Gut I
normally use. I'm going to be sticking with this as my main synthetic gut for a while.
From: Jason, 6/12
Comments: I'm kind of surprised I'm the first one to write the review! I played with it for the first time and
love it. I put it in my Wilson BLX Blade 98 and there was no string movement at all. It's weird though, because this is the
characteristic of the poly. However, this is a very soft string. After 2 years of searching for the perfect string, this is where
I ended up.
From: Khanh, 9/11