Best Tennis Racquet Strings For Spin in 2023
Wilson Synthetic Gut Power Tennis String, Lime, 16-Gauge
Solinco Heaven Strings Hyper-G Tennis String Set-17g/1.20mm
- Massive Spin from a square shaped co-poly
- Crisp and medium firm
- Permits hard hits with no loss of control
- Ball Explods off strings with high spin
Wilson Revolve Spin (16-1.30mm) Tennis String Set (Green)
- The Wilson Revolve Spin 16 Tennis String Set features maximum spin possible, and the co-poly enhances the spin effect technology.
- Quantity: 1
- Gauge: 16/1.30mm
- Construction: Co-Polymer Monofilament
- Color : Green
Wilson Duo Power 16g Hybrid Tennis Racket String (Luxilon ALU Power 125 and NXT Power)
- Offering the iconic Luxilon ALU Power 125 and Wilson NXT 16 in a hybrid is a great combination for players who love spin combined with a softer string bed.
- Gauge: Luxilon ALU Power 16L / Wilson NXT Power 16
- Diameter: 1.25 mm / 1.30 mm
- Composition: Hybrid (Co-Polyester / Multifilament)
- Shape: Round / Round
RPM Blast Black 17g Strings
- Extruded monofilament with an octogonal profile
- String type: monofilament
- Gauge: 17 (1.25 mm)
- Length: 40 feet
- Color : Black
Babolat Pure Aero Lite Black/Yellow Tennis Racquet (4 1/4" Inch Grip) Strung SG Spiraltek Black Tennis String (Best Racket for Spin)
- A SPIN MACHINE: Everything about the Babolat Pure Aero Lite Black/Red/Yellow Performance Tennis Racquet lends itself to power and spin. You’ll keep your opponent pinned well behind the baseline with your penetrating, heavy topspin shots. Play just like your favorite, all-time #1 French Open player, Rafael Nadal.
- RACQUET SPECIFICATIONS: Head Size 100 sq. in. / 645 sq. cm.; Length: 27 in / 68.58cm; Strung Weight: 10.0oz / 283.5g; 13.5in / 34.29cm / 0 pts EB; Swingweight: 308; Stiffness: 69; Beam Width: 23mm / 26mm / 23mm; Composition: Graphite; Power Level: Low-Medium; Stroke Style: Medium; Swing Speed: Medium; Grip Type: Babolat Syntec Pro; String Pattern:16 Mains / 19 Crosses; String Tension: 50-59 pounds
- RACKET TECHNOLOGIES: Active Cortex (reduces shock and vibration), Aeromodular2 (2nd generation frame shape that reduces drag and increases swing speed), FSI Spin (less dense string pattern allows strings to bite the ball)
- CHOICE OF FREE CUSTOM STRING COLORS: Choose your string color to stand out on the court! High end, synthetic gut at mid-range tension is included with the purchase of this racquet at no additional cost. *DOES NOT COME WITH BABOLAT STENCIL LOGO ON STRINGS*
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ADV Slash Tennis String - Explosive Powerful Co-Poly - Hexagon Shaped for Max Spin and Response - 17g (White, 660)
- 🎾 MASSIVE SPIN - Features a hexagonal cross-section with an aggressive bite that produces extreme topspin and slice.
- 🎾 MORE POWER. The sharp edges allow the strings to grip and pocket the ball longer on the string bed. This more efficiently redirects energy back into the ball creating heavier shots.
- 🎾 HIGHLY DURABLE, LESS RE-STRINGING. Even at 17g, the mono-fiber core is resilient enough for even the heaviest hitters.
- 🎾 AMAZING VALUE - COMPARABLE TO BIG BRANDS. Similar strings, such as Luxilon Savage, are more than double the cost.
- 🎾 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. If the string isn’t perfect, feel free to exchange or return it for a full refund.
HEAD Lynx Edge Tennis String Blue
- HEAD Lynx Edge Tennis String Blue is an innovative string that features a co-polymer blend to give advanced players more bite on the ball.
- Touch and Control
- Spin Friendly
- Size - (See Description) | Color - (Blue)
GOSEN G-Spin 3 Series (HHP Soft Polyester Monofilament with Hexagonal Shape String) (17 Gauge)
Wilson Revolve Tennis String, Orange, 16-Gauge
- Wilson Revolve offers exceptional power while maintaining comfort and spin enhancing snap-back properties
- Featuring spin enhancing snap-back properties
- Polyester String
- Maximum Spin
- Offered in 3 color options: Orange, White or Black
Tennis- the Sport for a Lifetime
It's never too late to pick up a tennis racket and play a sport that will keep you in shape for the rest of your life. It's not monotonous like the gym can be at times. No need to field a team to either it's all about you a tennis racket and a ball.Tennis court is optional since even a practice wall
I have been a tennis player for nearly all my life. In 1967 my mom put a tennis racket in my hand and took me on a tennis court and became my first coach and thus began a relationship that has introduced me to places and people that I otherwise would not have encountered. Although I do love many other sports it is tennis which always lit a fire inside of me as a competitor and as a great way to stay in shape. Team sports are great for bonding and taking away the pressure from the individual. When you win or lose in baseball,football,soccer,hockey,lacrosse or even synchronized swimming you share the joy of victory and the agony of defeat together. Tennis does have a certain team aspect so if you are a doubles specialist, play high school, college, USTA adult leagues or play World Team Tennis you can experience some of those highs and lows with other like-minded athletes. That being said in tennis you generally experience these ups and downs alone. There may be a coach, a trainer or parents if you are a junior tennis player that share in your experience, But in singles it is all about you.
The great part for me is that it never was boring when I was hitting a tennis ball. Every time the ball crossed the net was different and required me to run, turn, swing and keep my eyes focused on the ball. Plus it is a game and not forced exercise like being on a treadmill or an elliptical machine. No one needs to be convinced to work out when it is a game. As a teaching pro one of the highlights of my day was to see the smiling faces of the four year old kids that were just beginning to enjoy the feeling of hitting the ball squarely and knowing that many years away some of these kids would still enjoy playing the sport that I love so much. Another highlight was when I had the opportunity to hit with George Stoddard who was in his eighties when I met him and had been a stalwart on the USTA circuit for many years. He had been a contemporary of my coach Bob Ryland on the senior tour and watching George hit a tennis ball was like watching a finely tuned sports car. He executed every shot with absolute perfection. I got paid to hit tennis balls with him but truthfully I was the one that should have paid because I got to watch a master at work. Sadly a few years back George passed away at around the ripe young age of ninety. But he played tennis all through his life and enjoyed every moment he spent on the court. My eighty one year old dad who had been one of my practice partners growing up had been diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis in 2020 and dad fought for his life during an extended stay of seventy nine days in the ICU and step down hospital facilities that left him in a wheelchair. As he learned how to walk again he had another goal in mind and that was to get back onto the tennis court. In the spring of 2020 he asked me to take him to the tennis court while he was in his wheelchair then bravely stood up while I hit he ball gently to him at the net and then at mid court.
Four years later he can get on the tennis court two times per week and will continue playing for the rest of his life. When I moved to New York I was lucky enough to meet a great tennis player and coach who ate, breathed and slept tennis. He also took me under his wing and guided me from being a decent high school tennis player to one that competed in many national and some international competitions. Last year my coach Bob Ryland turned ninety and was still going out a few times a week to hit a tennis ball at Central Park and Riverside Park in Manhattan. In 2020 Bob won the National Public Parks 85 and over men's championships at the US Open site in Flushing, Queens. Now I think it is safe to say that Bob's tournament days are behind him but he still looks to get on the court as many times a week as his now ninety one year old body allows him. So to those of you that say you are too tired to exercise. Too busy. Too old. Or can't find people to play a sport with or just don't want to go to the gym I suggest that you give tennis a look. All you need is a racket, a tennis ball and a practice wall if no partner is available. The USTA and Tennis Industry Association have a website that will introduce you to tennis and direct you to tennis centers where you can take lessons.
If you happen to pass by the Central Park or Riverside Park tennis facilities and see a sprite elderly gentleman with fluid strokes, an oversized racket and is making someone much younger than himself run side to side and up and back it may be Bob Ryland so ask him for some friendly advice. Just watch out for his slice backhand because it will be harder to hit than a knuckleball thrown by a Major League Baseball pitcher. If not then just enjoy tennis...... for a lifetime of fun and fitness.