1. spaghetti stringing is never going to be unbanned. more realistic solutions that have been/are being considered are changes to the balls (which proved unpopular with manufacturers) and changes to the surfaces.
2. did you not read my post from earlier:
this is from the itf tech centre website. they are saying rough strings dont produce more spin. by extension, that means this product will not be effective in achieving what it claims to do.
1- well it's way more likely than going back to wood. But I agree it's highly unlikely. As far as changing the balls.... That's already been done and it hasn't worked.... In fact it's made things worse..... Serve and volley is dead. However We digress.....
2- I thought I did. What I'm saying is that the ITF could very well be wrong and has bee wrong in the past. For example it used to be common knowledge that thinner strings produced gave more spin....then another school of though came out and said that thicker in gives more spin because there's more material that comes into contact with the ball. Then another school of thought holds that it doesn't matter on the strings at all but depends on racquet head speed. So the bottom line is no one really knows for sure.
Besides have you ever tried pro supex blue gear? Go try that string and you tell me if it doesn't give you wayyyyyyyy more spin. You won't believe how jagged the strings are. You will experience way more spin.....guaranteed !
But I'll go one step further. Did you now in the 70's they actually thought the tighter your strings the more power you had? Well guess what they were wrong.....and they could be wrong again. I just say try it first before dismissing it you may be right.....but you have got to try it first.