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Comments: Unbelievably comfortable, spin-friendly, reasonably priced, and a durable poly. I strung it in my
Babolat Pure Strike at 52 lbs and played 7 matches in a doubles tournament (12 sets) and it felt great! Had massive bite on
the ball, didn't change in feel, and was surprisingly comfortable. I've officially found my favorite poly. I can see why the
Tennis Warehouse playtesters love this string. Thanks Volkl!
From: Jared, 6/16
Comments: I have played with two racquets with it, using a multi as the cross. Really good feel. Spin was fine
but for me it just worked great. A less stiff poly with good control and more power than others I have used. Try the sample
pack, it is a good mix. This probably is my fave.
From: Zebas, 3/16
Comments: I think playing with normal Cyclone ruined me for this but, I found the string to not be very spin
friendly as the original Cyclone. It also had less feel.
From: Andrew, 8/15
Comments: This tour version of the Volkl Cyclone string is overall very good. The new twisting pattern doesn't
much for spin potential, seeing as the original Cyclone provided more access to spin when I played them side by side.
these strings offer more pop and comfort, as they're noticeably softer, almost plush, and the power level has gone up a
notch or two.
I was actually bothered by the increase in power because I was hoping for a low-powered string like the original Cyclone.
But with my
expectations aside, I found the Volkl Cyclone Tour 16g to have ample spin potential, increased power, softer feel, and the
qualities of control and bite. I wouldn't say it's an improvement or a step-down from the original version. It's simply an
those seeking more forgiving strings.
From: Brian, 12/12