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Comments: This is the best string I have ever used on my Prince Tour Light. I'm a 3.5 player and like to occasionally
use power in my game. It has a lot of spin and power compared to other multis. My serves are the best with this string and I can
hit a very confident forehand with lots of control. The worst part is that it does move around a lot and the string only last for 2-3
matches and then pop instantly in 3 different spots on the mains. It's a good string but is expensive for it's durability.
From: Ali, 2/13
Comments: I switched from Gamma TNT2 17g to the "Tour" version on Head Prestige Mid @ 63 lb. It feels a tiny bit
boardier but gives better feel on spins. More important for me the strings tend to stay in place more, as I always have to fix my
string after a long rally with the old TNT2. The tension seems to stay up longer also.
From: Wing, 10/12
Comments: I switched to this from Tecnifibre X-One Biphase as a cross and I really liked it better. I can hit out on
the ball a little more with this string than the Biphase. I like a soft but firmer feeling string that allows me to control the ball a little
more and doesn't feel spongy at the net. This one fit the bill for me.
From: Welch, 8/11
Comments: This is my cross string of choice. (I pair it with Luxilon ALU Power) It is a very powerful string, soft and
comfortable (but not too soft), good control, and easy to string. This string is really soft (not too soft but perfect comfort). I don't
know its durability since I only tested it for about 2 hours. I highly recommend this as the cross string of a hybrid setup. It is
common sense that a multifilament or natural gut string will never last long on the mains without string savers. If you're the hard
or heavy topspin hitter, get the poly on the main and stop arguing. I've tested about 30+ different strings. It's not a lot, but I
know what a good set of string is.
From: Jack, Denver, CO, USA. 4/11
Comments: Poor feel for the ball, poor resilience and odd board-like response although I have just used it once so
far. Maybe it will improve with time but I doubt it. Tried Asterisk, Asterisk Tour and Live Wire 17's and have been suitably
impressed especially with the Asterisk strings. Will be going for a reel of each to use as hybrids.... Main Asterisk Tour 17. and
Cross Asterisk 17. The extra cash will be worth it in my opinion.
From: David, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, MALAYSIA. 8/09
Comments: This string is simply great when you want to control a ball, for powerful shots it won't last more than a
week (if you play once a week). My coach recommended to try it and I did so, but if you want to use it - try in combination with
some other, more durable string on mains.
From: Vlad, Queens, NY, USA. 7/09
Comments: I have just experienced the worst strings of my life. There was absolutely no feel to these strings and I
broke 2 sets within one hour of playing time. Yes, you heard that right - 2 sets in one hour. I am a high school coach and
tournament level player. Skip these and save yourself some time and money.
From: duncan, yuma, arizona, USA. 6/09
Comments: I strung my Wilson PS88 mains at 56 with 16 & crosses at 57 with 17 and it is awesome. I would
strongly suggest trying this combo. So much control and gives you more power. Perfect pocket.
From: Peter, Olive Branch, MS, USA. 05/09