Campbell Stone - ATP/WTA Hitting Partner
Campbell has been playing with ReString Zero since the start of the 2022 US Summer Swing. Most notably, last summer Campbell warmed up with US Open Runner-Up Casper Ruud (ATP Rank #2 at the time) before his semi-final and final with Zero in his racket. Here's what he has to say about the string:
"Did an entire grind session with Ruud. I was hitting pretty big but managed to get good control too. The string doesn't move in my racket, it's super slick! Usually I have to constantly move the strings back but not with this one! Really like it in my racket"
Matias Hatem - ATP/WTA Hitting Partner. Georgia State All-American
Matias has been playing with ReString Zero since January 2023. Although now retired from professional and collegiate tennis, he was once one of the highest ranked juniors in Argentina playing alongside Diego Schwartzman and Andrea Collarini. As a Collegiate athlete, he was a 1st team All-American for Georgia State going 9-1 in his final season for singles and finishing N6 by the ITA ranking. He has since continued to maintain his high level as a hitting partner for ATP and WTA players Horacio Zeballos, Juan Ignacio Londero and Lourdes Carle. Here's what he had to say about ReString Zero:
"I love the way Zero feels in my racket, particularly with how much power it provides. The String feels softer than what I'm used to but I had no problems swinging fully with no fear of over-hitting. The durability of play is really great. Zero feels fresh even after hours of hitting across a few weeks. Even after the tension settles in a bit, the grip on the ball stays solid! Very impressed with the spin generation on this one!"
Juan B. - ATP/WTA Hitting Partner
Juan has been endorsing ReString Zero since the Spring of 2022. This summer he was an official hitting partner at the ATP/WTA 500 event at the Citi Open where he practiced with Sebastian Baez (ATP Rank 35), Ajla Tomljanovic (WTA Rank 34), Tatjana Maria (Wimbledon Semi-finalist), and Cristina Busca (WTA Rank 109).
Here's what he had to say about the string:
“I love the string for the balance of control and power. I’m able to take big cuts at the ball with no fear of overhitting but also find that it’s easy to accelerate the ball when I have to. Very easy on angles and strokes. String shines particularly on serve - so easy to generate both spin and slice, spin potential is very good”