When you mix and match strings in a racket you are hybrid stringing. The variation in strings can be as extreme or subtle as you choose. For example you could use Pacific Prime Natural Gut ($27 a half set) in the mains and Gamma Poly Z ($2 a half set) in the crosses.
A hybrid string setup is the use of two different strings in the mains and cross strings of a tennis racquet. This can be as simple as using two different gauges of the same string but is more commonly done with two completely different string materials. For example, natural gut with a polyester.
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This hybrid combines the control of Babolat's RPM Power with the ultra plush feel of Xcel, one of the game's most comfortable multifilaments. Combining Rafael Nadal's string of choice, RPM Blast with VS Gut, creates a high performance hybrid for the player seeking the ultimate in precision and feel.
Hybrid stringing refers to a stringing method where two different strings are combined when stringing a racquet, one for the vertical mains and another for the horizontal crosses. There are five commonly referenced types of tennis strings : natural gut, polyester, synthetic gut, multifilament, and kevlar, so it’s typical for players to mix and match these when stringing a hybrid.
Wilson Natural Gut & Luxilon ALU Power Rough. Gauges: 16 / 16L. Composition: Natural gut / Co-polymer nylon + fluocarbon resin + aluminum fibers. Colors: Natural / Grey. Bottom line: Used by Roger Federer, this premium hybrid features one of the best combinations of feel, control, durability and spin for ultimate playability. Read the full review.
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2.Wilson Spin Effect Hybrid Tennis String. With many positive reviews, the Wilson Spin Effect 16mg Multifilament/17g Co-Poly Hybrid Tennis String made its place here. You can say this one is the best string for durability and string. The tennis string feels soft to the arm because of its hybrid combination.