Tennis String Videos from Prince

Prince is certainly well-known by all tennis players around the world for oversize racquets, my beloved POG (Prince Original Graphite), and of course, Prince Synthetic Gut with DuraFlex tennis string.  As you’ll see in the videos that follow, Synthetic Gut isn’t the only string from Prince.  Learn about other strings like Beast XP, Premier, and Lightning XX.

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  1. Jafar Imam says:

    Very informative videos…..I don’t have much experience on Prince strings though; only used Prince Tournament Nylon once, and they were pretty good compared to other strings of the same price……I am quite impressed with Prince Beast XP’s reviews but last time I got my racket strung I could not find Beast XP in the shop so I got Luxilon M2 Pro instead, as people say it is similar to Beast XP….what do you say David?….how would you compare Beast XP with Luxilon M2 Pro?

  2. David Henry says:

    Both would be classified as co-poly strings, however they are actually a little different in terms of construction… Beast XP is more of a traditional monofilament co-poly, one solid core. They just put some new science and technology behind the design of that core.

    M2 Pro has some filaments embedded in the main core, giving it a little bit softer feel.

    I have never played with Beast XP. I have played with M2 when it first came out on the market. It was not for me. It was a little too soft and too powerful for me, and I couldn’t generate as much spin with it as I can with Alu Power Rough, my favorite string.

    Take care.


  3. Duke says:

    I use quite a bit of Prince Syn Gut w/ Duraflex. A good entry level string that is cost effective.

    I have also been using more of the Prince Premier Attack. This is in my racquet right now and I love the soft feel and excellent control I haven’t played long enough to determine durability, but the price is quite nice.

    As a new stringer, I have stuck to the Prince brand of strings for my clients. It keeps down on my inventory and it’s a name the easily recognize.

  4. David Henry says:

    Thanks for the input, Duke – much appreciated. It is definitely wise of you to carry inventory of major brands, like Prince. People know and trust the brand for high quality tennis products. While a few of my clients deviate from the major brands, most of my clients want Prince strings, Wilson/Luxilon strings, and Babolat strings. I probably string more Prince Synthetic Gut with DuraFlex than any other string – as full jobs and in hybrids. It is a great string at a great price.

    Take care.


  5. Jafar Imam says:

    Ohkk!! Thanx a lot for replying David 🙂 I am currently using Luxilon M2 Pro on my Babolat Aero Pro Drive and I really feel massive power on my shots and yes you are very right about lesser amount of spin generated by M2 Pro but my racket sort of balances it out as it helps me generate good spin. Anyways next time I’ll string my racket I will surely get your suggestions on it 🙂
    Thanx again for the help!

  6. David Henry says:

    You’re welcome. Take care.


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