Hybriding Sync and Zero

Hybriding Sync and Zero

Try Sync in a full bed if you're looking for stealthy accuracy and added feel or a full bed of Zero if you're after extra spin and power...or... what about both for the best of two worlds? Here's your guide for how to get the most out of your hybrid.
The most important thing to note is that the Main string (vertical string on the racket) dictates the majority of how the string bed plays while the Cross string helps bring that extra sauce to complement the Mains. 
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Keeping that in mind, stringing with Sync in the Mains will give you an overall more controlled response with more softness and feel. The combination of Zero in the crosses will help you get a little bit more rotation on the ball with an added boost of power. What you'll mostly feel in this set up though is that smooth connection to the ball, helping you hit your targets without fear of over hitting. This is a great option for those who love the feeling of Sync but just wished they got a little bit more pop of the racket and few more RPMs on the ball to keep the shots dipping within the lines.
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Try the other way with Zero in the Mains and Sync in the Crosses and you end up with a stringbed dictated by power and spin with that extra sauce of control and feel. This one is the most popular alternative of the two and it's easy to know why. Love Zero for the power and spin you get but do you fear over hitting at times? Love Zero but do you wish you could get that little extra directional control on the ball? This one's for you. The perfect balance of an explosive string with the complement of a control oriented slick poly - a true best of both worlds, you'll leave your opponents feeling helpless across the other side of the net!
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Give these a try and let us know what you think!
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My 16 year old daughter loves ReString. She is now string with ReString Zero in the mains and ReString Sync in the cross at 48lbs. This is strung in her Head Extreme MP. She gets’ the best of both worlds, spin and control. She was a Hyper G fan (which is a good string) but now ReString has now taken that place. If you want a superior string, go ReString.

Jamie Jackson

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