ROBIN SODERLING NEW-YORK (200 METRES) STRING REEL
Robin Söderling reached the Roland Garros final in 2009 and 2010. In 2009, he of course beat the famous Spanish clay specialist, Rafael Nadal in the round of 16. In 2010, Söderling won the Masters tournament in Paris-Bercy, which then allowed him to become 4th in the world. This string, however was inspired by the Night Sessions at Arthur Ashe stadium during the US Open ! Robin Söderling thus called this multifilament string, New-York !Learn More
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Power vs Control
Robin Söderling's objective in creating this multifilament string was to offer just as much (or as close as possible) touch and feel as natural gut, while remaining very durable. The rather dry feel guarantees quality ball control. Meanwhile, the flexible round string will bring you additional power with the goal of enabling you to finish off points with style !
The veined structure and the string movement will allow you to hit a good amount of spin on your shots.
The Robin Söderling New-York string will be able to maintain a similar tension for a long period of time and ensure exceptional feel for many hours of play.
This multifilament string is not ideal for players who break their strings often. This model is nevertheless durable and will last a fair amount of time.
The assembly of polyamide fibres offers a great deal of flexibility in order to absorb shocks and protect your arm from injury. This will bring you extra comfort.
Player Profile: This multifilament string is destined for players who are looking for a durable multifilament that can effectively absorb shocks.
Recommended Tension : 21-25 kg
Technical characteristics :
|Avantage cordage||POWER, COMFORT, FEEL|
|Type of Racquet||Weight < 290g|