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Old 01-24-2009, 11:32 PM   #7
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Default Re: String , What type and Usual Tension ?

Hello

If you want a more complicated but effective strung racquet, you could have different string in the main and crosses. I am a prince guy, so Prince Tour(pretty much the same as Luxilon Big Banger) is a great string for baseliners that provides power a long with spin to dip the ball in.(This is actually very true) However, alike Big Banger, Prince Tour can hurt your arm. To prevent this, you need to string it lower, somewhere like 54-58. In the crosses, prince hurricane, lightning, or even poly would be good. I would tension this at about 61-64.
Another good, but expensive prince string is the new RECOIL. This string never gets out of line. When you hit, it goes back to its normal position.
Hope it goes well!
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