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A monofilament core finished with a high polymer polyester outer. It achieves greater durability used by many of the world's top players. It provides a comfortable feeling suppressing shoulder and elbow fatique.
Many manufacturers are now quoting values for various characteristics of their strings. These characteristics cannot be taken in isolation as any particular restring should take into account several different factors. The most common characteristics are:
Where the manufacturer doesn't quote figures for these characteristics, we have inserted our own, based on our experience and comparing with other similar strings.
Please note that as these ratings are manufacturer based, they may not represent an accurate comparison between brands.
Each set of ratings refers to only one gauge of the particular string as the rating will be different per gauge. This is indicated by the text "(Ratings refer to xx variant)" after the ratings.
|Ratings relates to 1.25mm variant|
Top Spin Tennis View: We tested this string during the summer of 2010 as an unmarked string and we gave it the thumbs up. It is similar to other softer polys and well worth a go. Its neon yellow is very distinctive and you will see many of the Yonex players using it on the tour - definitely one to try! Nathans view (2016) - The playability of this string seems a bit limited. It doesnt feel all that comfortable on the arm, but its not uncomfortable. Plays better with a flat hitter to get forward projection rather than spin. Its on the tough side of a polymer, but not as tough as some other basic polymers, so gives it a little longer durability. And 66 pounds for a 200m reel of string is worth it if you break strings a lot.
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