Comments: I tried these strings based on the reviews in the TT section. I am not impressed with this string at all.
Not that great of feel or touch with it. I used it as a cross and they broke after about one hour. I tried it again just to make sure it
wasn't just a fluke. Same results with playability. Not impressed at all. I liked the blue color though.
Comments: These strings have more touch/feel than Babolat Pro Hurricane and RPM combined by far. Wrist and
power problems were non-existent. Also, when strung with care, these strings are the best strings I have ever played with,
especially in 18g.
NTRP Rating: 4.5
Comments: I've only used it once, but it seems to break too easily! I strung this on a Wilson K-Factor racquet at 60
lb tension for a 13 year old boy. This string broke during his middle school tennis match the first week he used it. (Used Isospeed
Baseline Speed on the subsequent string job for this player - he likes it much better.)
Jeff, Villa Rica, GA, USA. 04/10
Comments: Bought the (msv focus evo 17g), strung @ 50lbs. It broke w/in fifteen minutes. Don't buy msv focus evo
17g, not worh it.
Anon. WA, USA. 08/09
Comments: First time using a poly. I got to say: They are not for me. First the good: MSV strings are highly
recommended on various message boards and stringing sites. These particular MSV strings are very soft and do pocket the ball;
just as advertised. I felt like the ball stayed on my string bed for a long time, and that I could place the ball just about anywhere;
as if I was slinging the ball instead of hitting it, all with good spin. However, there is the bad. #1. These strings killed my wrist. I
experienced pain for the first time that I can remember in a long while; this alone means I will not use these strings again except
maybe in a hybrid set up. #2. I lost significant pace on my serve; spin was greater but with no pop. Halfway through the second
set of my doubles match, I switched to my identical racket with a solid core synthetic gut string (Yonex Tour 80). Voila, no more
pain in my wrist (right) and 1st serve had considerably more pop and weight.
D.R., Virginia Beach, VA, USA. 3/09