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Comments: I bought these to replace my Dunlop S-Gut 16s, which are made with a rough surface for extra spin.
Went hitting with a 4.0 friend for about an hour and was blown away by the pop and power of this string compared to the Dunlop.
I felt incredibly confident with my forehand and backhand. Spin took a bit to get used to as it doesn't seem to spin as much as the
textured Dunlop, but not by much. There are tons of strings and tons of players. What works great for one person, may drive
another crazy. I have a full swing and feel comfy on the baseline but even more comfy volleying. This string improved my game
over the listless but spin loving Dunlop. My one-handed backhand took a little adjusting, using less power produced better
control, pop, and spin.
Comments: I'm a big fan of this string. Reason being, it softens the racquet feel for volleys and touch shots while
still offering good spin. Its like having a full bed of poly for control and spin but gives you the touch of a multi.
Comments: I bought a package of this string based on Mikeler's review on the TW discussion board. I have to say
I'm very impressed. Several people I've played with recently have asked me how I'm generating noticeably more "action" than
before. I'm hitting fewer balls each point now because the extra "action" - whether topspin or slice - is really eating people up. It
also has nice pop as Bob and Hayward below mention. Not only are my slice and kick serves moving more, they are getting more
penetration, and my occasional flat serve down the T has just enough extra juice to be the difference between a weakly returned
ball and an outright winner. Haven't played with it long enough to comment on durability, but it seems to be holding up better
after four sets of action against a 4.5 level player who hits hard with a ton of topspin than Wilson NXT, which I used most of last
year. There is some string movement with the Prince, but not enough to drive me insane as some strings do.
Comments: Put this in a Radical Microgel MP at 59lbs and it plays well. Good power and spin. Good value.
Comments: This is a new string from Prince that covers a wide group of players. It is a very comfortable string, yet
still has a good deal of pop. This multi also holds up quite well. I have tried it in the Prince EXO3 Tour and the EXO3 Tour Team. I
found it to give really good feel and spin. I think the spin results from both the racquet design, and the three core design, which
helps the string maintain its tension. I pushed the string very hard by hitting some really heavy topspin shots. I could hit hard and
flat or with heavy topspin, from all areas of the court without fear of losing control. Nice string for someone seeking comfort and
playability without sacrificing control.
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