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Product Specifications

Gauge

17 gauge / 1.24mm

Length

40 feet / 12.2 meters

Item #

011714

Style #

GZMO-12

Item is returnable, but does not qualify for free returns.

Gamma Moto 17

Gamma Moto 17 tennis string features a unique heptagonal shape designed to maximize power. This string has superior tension maintenance and is great for higher-performance tennis players.

  • Constructed with Polyester Monofilament.
  • Designed to maximize power and greater ball-bite for enhanced spin.
  • Material is responsive and provides enhanced feedback.
average rating 4.0 out of 5
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Reviewed by Lefty F.
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

One of the best strings for Hard hitting baseliners

If I had started with this string, before my arm pain started with my favorite strings since 2013 (Bab RPM Blast) I would be giving this a 5+. String last for over 8 hours of competitive play (and I am an attack player not the usual baseliner these days) and usually does get take a quick dive in performance but is long lasting before it is time to cut them out. They are a bit stiff so I hybrid with Lux Element becuase of its soft property to balance out the stiffer, gamma moto poly. Please, if you have arm problems stay away as this does not make matters better.

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Reviewed by letty
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Rated 3 out of 5
Review posted

too stiff

I string my racket and was easy does it but to tied a knot at the end was hard and may slip a lost some tension at the end causing lost of tension in that end even when I raised the last one.I like how it feel in my racket but I hasen,t get much of the time to tell you more .I notice one important thing it dosen,t kept the tension that I started after 4 hours of used.Still can be used but not at my desirable tension.

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