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string advice for babolat

I need to string a babolat pure drive roddick gt plus, but need an opinion on a few different strings. I can't decide between the Luxilon Big Banger ALU Power, Luxilon Adrenaline, and the Babolat RPM blast. The pure drive is a strong racquet, and i don't want to over power it.The problem with my game is mostly over hitting balls, making them go a couple feel behind the baseline. I'm looking for a string thats durable and has more control and a softer feel over power. Any advice?
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Re: string advice for babolat

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I need to string a babolat pure drive roddick gt plus, but need an opinion on a few different strings. I can't decide between the Luxilon Big Banger ALU Power, Luxilon Adrenaline, and the Babolat RPM blast. The pure drive is a strong racquet, and i don't want to over power it.The problem with my game is mostly over hitting balls, making them go a couple feel behind the baseline. I'm looking for a string thats durable and has more control and a softer feel over power. Any advice?
I haven't played with Adrenaline but I used ALU Power and I currently use RPM Blast. I don't really like the blast, its not that the string is bad, but it was just really over-hyped. The durability is sub par, and it only has slightly above average spin for a poly (this was their big marketing ploy) and for 15$ you might as well just get the ALU. Seeing as it lasts a lot longer, although the ALU is a really stiff string.
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