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Description

One of the more unique string constructions, Gamma Zo Tour Rough 16 features a soft co-polyester blend that has six polyester monofilament fibers inside. Extruded into a geometric shape, the string is then immediately twisted after the extrusion process to create greater effective texture for additional spin. The Zo Tour Rough utilizes a co-polyester blend designed for high energy return and enhanced ball pocketing, which generates incredible amounts of spin when combined with the new texture and added bite. Offering a surprising combination of comfort and durability, this relatively soft polyester based string focuses on the additional spin it can generate, but our testers were pleasantly surprised by the overall playability. The feel of the string was crisp, yet comfortable, and they enjoyed the deep ball pocketing and extreme amounts of control. This string played best in the hands of our heavy spin baseline players, but provides decent touch at net as well.

Construction: Co-Polyester monofilament + 6 Polyester monofilaments
Color: Orange
Gauge: 1.28mm

Need help selecting a string? Check out our Choosing The Right Tennis String guide for more assistance.

Customer Reviews
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MN
January 2013
Tension Drop
3/5
I am a big fan of Luxilon Big Banger ALU for the mains, and it seems that this string was similar, so I gave it a try. It had a little more pocketing, similar to Babolat RPM blast. I usually use a soft cross string like Goosen Micro 16 or Leonia 66. I strung my racket about six times and continually increased the tension on my Babolat Pure Drive GT from 60 all the way to 66lbs. I will have to say, it continually performed by a constant drop in tension and usually got too loose where I had to cut it out. In the end, I was disappointed with the performance after the first two hitting session. Some people do like it, but they double and triple stretch the string to keep the tension.

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GAMMA

Zo Tour Rough Tennis String

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  • Description
  • Customer Reviews
  • Tennis Express Reviews
  • Specs
Description

One of the more unique string constructions, Gamma Zo Tour Rough 16 features a soft co-polyester blend that has six polyester monofilament fibers inside. Extruded into a geometric shape, the string is then immediately twisted after the extrusion process to create greater effective texture for additional spin. The Zo Tour Rough utilizes a co-polyester blend designed for high energy return and enhanced ball pocketing, which generates incredible amounts of spin when combined with the new texture and added bite. Offering a surprising combination of comfort and durability, this relatively soft polyester based string focuses on the additional spin it can generate, but our testers were pleasantly surprised by the overall playability. The feel of the string was crisp, yet comfortable, and they enjoyed the deep ball pocketing and extreme amounts of control. This string played best in the hands of our heavy spin baseline players, but provides decent touch at net as well.

Construction: Co-Polyester monofilament + 6 Polyester monofilaments
Color: Orange
Gauge: 1.28mm

Need help selecting a string? Check out our Choosing The Right Tennis String guide for more assistance.

Customer Reviews
Tennis Express Reviews


MN
January 2013
Tension Drop
3/5
I am a big fan of Luxilon Big Banger ALU for the mains, and it seems that this string was similar, so I gave it a try. It had a little more pocketing, similar to Babolat RPM blast. I usually use a soft cross string like Goosen Micro 16 or Leonia 66. I strung my racket about six times and continually increased the tension on my Babolat Pure Drive GT from 60 all the way to 66lbs. I will have to say, it continually performed by a constant drop in tension and usually got too loose where I had to cut it out. In the end, I was disappointed with the performance after the first two hitting session. Some people do like it, but they double and triple stretch the string to keep the tension.

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