Tourna Poly Big Hitter Black 7 String 16 Customer feedback
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Comments: I just put this string into one of my player's racquet and I noticed that they were hitting a heavier ball
but had to work harder to produce the spin and speed. Their serve was under powered and I am always concerned with the
development of arm problems. I will drop the tension to 45 lbs. The edges bite into the ball and give a little more feel at the net
which is a plus.
Comments: Love this string! Great balance of power and bite. As somebody mentioned, kick serves are amazing. I
get good feedback on how much spin I put on the ball. When I really fire the wrist, it feels like I'm ripping the felt off the ball. I
don't lose that much power compared to multis, so I don't need to string hybrid. I go mains and crosses with this string at 50lbs.
Tried just about all the shaped polys. This is my fave.
Comments: This was my second time around with this string, and all I can say is that I was so impressed the first
time that I bought a reel. This string has me hitting some killer kick serves and thunderous ground strokes. The bite is just
awesome. I strung it at 54lbs. It's definitely a keeper. That's what you get from German engineering.
Comments: I recently tried this poly instead of my Technifibre Biphase on my Prince EXo3 Black at 53 lbs, and I do
not regret it. It has good bite and access to spin, with decent power and control. I'm a weekend warrior/recreational club player.
It doesn't feel stiff like other polys, and it's a good price too. I will keep using it and recommending it as long as I have this
Comments: Awesome string. Pretty sure it is the same as Dunlop Black
Widow. I've been playing Black Widow for the past couple of months and
then saw this. Tried it out side by side with BW in a ProKennex Redondo Mid at
63lbs. Couldn't tell the difference so I switched to the much more
Comments: Great strings. Just tried it on my AeroPro Drive Cortex at
53lbs. Tons of spin and nice pace. Highly recommended - will buy more!
Comments: BEST strings I have ever put on my racket bar none. Used 16 gauge at 55lbs. They simply ROCK!!! I am
Comments: Very Nice. Better than Babolat RPM Blast.
Comments: I tried on a whim because it was cheap and I loved it. Plenty of bite
on topspin shots and kick serves. I strung it at 55 lbs on my Babolat AeroPro Drive.
Comments: Tried this string out in a hybrid in the mains with Wilson stamina in the
crosses. I string at 63 with Technifibre pro red code and decided I wanted to go back to
a hybrid and heard great things about this string, so I gave it a try. Awful. No feel. It
literally felt like plastic. Some people told me it feels better at a lower tension but I'm not
going to alter my tension to make a sub-par string feel better. If you prefer stringing on
the tighter side, ie. in the 60s, I recommend looking elsewhere.
Comments: I have tried this string in the 16 gauge and the 17 gauge and I think it a great string. The 16
power, feel and bite than the 17 (of course) and it is a little more durable. But with the edges, you get great bite on the
power is perfect with 16, a little more in the 17. One thing that I noticed was the 17 was a good deal more springy
strung at the
same tension. Not sure if the machine wasn't calibrated correctly, but the 16 was perfect in the Babolat Pure Storm at
60 lbs. 17
felt more like a few lbs looser. So I am going with the 16. This is my new string choice due to playability, power and
price. My son
was a raving fan of Babolat RPM Blast but played with this and liked it. Buying a reel because it is about the same as
RPM but half
the price. Great string! Try it!
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