Diadem has revamped the Nylon string category with Evolution Tennis string. The nylon based polyamide has been extruded as a solid mono-filament for impressive flexibility and durability. Evolution's silicon based coating reduces friction and is ideal for hybrids with sharp-shaped or edged polyesters. Tennis elbow sufferers should give Evolution a go in a full bed for a controlled comfortable response.
Tennis strings have a fascinating history in the sport of tennis since the material of the string has shifted over the years. The change in material has not only impacted the physics behind how the game is played, but it has also changed how many individuals can afford to play the sport.
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Diadem Evolution is a polyamide monofilament with a low friction silicone based coating. This non-polyester monofilament is incredibly responsive and comfortable with long lasting durability. Designed to handle heavy hitting, this string offers precision, comfort, and easy power.
Evolution is a unique string that can attract both synthetic gut and multifilament customers. With a similar feel to multifilament it is offered at a similar price point to a high end synthetic. Incredibly comfortable this string is ideal for players with arm problems still looking to add performance to their game.
This item: Kirschbaum Reel Pro Line Evolution Tennis String, 1.25mm/17-Gauge, Blue. $89.00. Only 5 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by Tennis Spectrum.
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Diadem Evolution is a polyamide monofilament, so it’s in the poly family, but the plastic the string is made of is unlike any poly I’ve ever hit with before. The string is incredibly soft and pliable, almost to the point of a natural gut.
Evolution is a good value since it's cheaper than most multifilaments, it is as comfortable as most multifilaments and lasts longer. From: Dave, 10/2/20. Comments: This is a very muted, low powered string. As a monofilament this plays somewhat like a very arm friendly poly.
If you want to move to a more comfortable string without sacrificing in control and spin, then it’s well worth taking a look at the Kirschbaum Pro Line Evolution. It really is the complete package as far as polys go, and will give you a little bit of everything.