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Comments: I probably should describe myself first. I am in my mid 40s, men's 4.0 with decent record of 19-4, and I play mostly doubles. I had wrist and elbow issues and have ongoing shoulder issues. I can slice but rather belt the ball. I have a 110 mph flat serve, but mostly will kick or slice serve. I have tried Luxilon Big Banger TiMO, Rough, Ace, Wilson NXT, and Tecnifibre NRG. I liked them all. However, I now prefer Wilson Enduro 18 for my mains. It is a thinner gauge - more spin (may be psychological), but feels easier on the arm. It feels reasonable feel at net. I was pleasantly surprised by durability (so far 8 hours without even fraying).
Comments: Durability is good in 18 gauge category. Spin potential is as expected from this type of string (very good). Power level is in right range. Feel is ok, no complains. Overall is very decent quality.
Comments: Second Review using as hybrid with Gamma 18 strung at 56lbs on Head FXP Radical Tour MP. Awesome feel, but again comes off springy after short time of play, and in this case, durability was horrid. String broke with less than 2 hours of play in the middle of the sweetspot. Love the string, but durability will be an issue. Probably next time will shift back to the Enduro 18 regular which had great durability for an 18g.
Comments: Nice string overall but tension maintenance is not fantastic, so string it a tad higher than a normal poly. It is very soft, but I have found after 1-2 hrs of play the string becomes a springboard. I have a set-up of Enduro Tour 18/Gamma Syn Gut 18. Great feel, but it does take some tinkering to find the right combo.
Using a Fischer M Pro 98" (UL) and M Speed Pro 1 105" and the set-up in the 98 for some reason is very springy. Overall though very good string for a relative low price in the reel.
Comments: This is the second time that I am trying this string on an 18 gauge set. This softer poly based monofilament is not bad if you like a string that plays similar to a stiffer more dead like 100% poly string. The Wilson Enduro Tour 18g is more forgiving than all the other 100% polyester strings that I have played with. It doesn't take that much to get used to the string once you start banging away on it after stringing your racket. Great topsin and lots of power but depending the type of racket you have you may need to adjust the tension to match the flexibility or stiffness to control the frame. Works well in lower string tensions on stiffer frames. Don't count on stringing your racket under 15 mins on this one. It is a little tough to manage than your average synthetic string.
Comments: Great control and feel. Spin potential is the best I have ever played with. I was playing with 17g poly. You can definitely tell the difference. I have always been a chronic string breaker. So far these are still lasting after 2 singles matches and 4 doubles matches. I have tried 18g synthetic and can't get through 1 singles match with them. Anyone who hits heavy top off both sides like I do will love these.
These strings are the best I have ever hit with. I can actually tell an improvement on how I hit
the ball. You should definitely give them a shot.
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