Re: Need Help picking strings!
You may find the post entitled "Before Asking What Strings Are best for a certain kind of racquet" useful. If you want touch and control, a thinner string at a higher tension would work. The trade off will be durability. Also, some people feel multifilament Synthetics give better control. An option in this category that is affordable but no less effective than other strings is the Gosen OG micro. There certainly are strings out there that may help a bit more with control. However, if you really do genenrate your own power and you move to thinner strings at tighter tensions, you will really appreciate the micro's affordability (i.e., you will be breaking a lot of string).
If price is not an issue, try natural gut.
As allways, looking forward to other people's opinnions.
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