Gamma TNT2 16 String
Comments: I cringe when I hear people say that a string has lasted for three years in their racquet. I found TNT2 to
be a comfortable string with moderate power, control and a decent amount of touch. Very similar to the feel of NXT with a better
price point. Anyone trying to find a cheaper alternative to NXT may find it in this string
Comments: I find this string to be a good cross string in a hybrid for some players. It actually makes stringing
easier due to the silicone-like substance on the string; definitely preferable to using a cheaper synthetic gut in the crosses.
Recently, I ordered a quantity in the black color because I figured it would look good in the poly hybrids. However, I discovered the
black is not the color all the way through the string and is a surface coating. The black looks good but begins to wear off. No big
deal, but I will likely stick with the natural color.
Comments: I love this string. I had no problems producing a lot of spin and the pop was excellent. I had it strung
on my Babolat Pure Storm and it was the best string I have ever played with.
Comments: Strung it on my Wilson Six.One Tour BLX as mains and Signum Pro Poly Megaforce, both @ 58. I'm a
baseline player, hit with decent spin, and rate myself around 3.5-4.0 NTRP. The string needed a break-in period, since the
stringbed felt too stiff. A little warm up, half
a set and it was ready (I usually ink my racquets, so the ink should've make it stiffer). After 40 mins of break-in period, I saw the
string starting to fray all over the sweetspot, and finally
broke after 3.5 hours. It was fresh strung when i played with it, and it didn't last the day.
However, after the string got softer, I found nice ball pocketing and bite; power was average and spin was not surprising. The
Copoly crosses were sawing through the TNT so I wouldn't say it's a very durable string, and I usually break strings once a week
when I play daily.
Comments: When the manufactured default strings broke on my Wilson N-Tour-Two, I was recommended the TNT2
16, and I strung it at 58lbs tension. At first, maybe because I strung it at a high tension, it had amazing control, but little power,
so I had to implement my own power. To my surprise, after about two months of playing, it broke (my last strings lasted THREE
YEARS! My dad used it, then my brother and now me). Still, I would recommend this, as long as you are a control player, and
expect to restring every few months.
Comments: Awesome strings. My serves was the only weak point and after stringing this string with the Wilson
ncode n6, my serves were too good. It is also holds tension very well.
Comments: This string is a good choice; relatively soft, comfortable, keeps tension well and it's not too expensive.
Nevertheless, I wouldn't recommend it if you are a big hitter. In my case, it lasts no more than 3 hours (on clay). I personally
discard polyester strings due to shoulder problems; I'm trying to find something very soft that lasts a little bit more than this one
(at a reasonable price!). To me, the best so far is Wilson K Gut 16.
Comments: A good synthetic gut, but nothing special to justify the high price tag. Gosen OG Sheep is as good, and
only a fraction of the cost.
Comments: I use this string in a hybrid set-up with Topspin Cyberflash 16 in the mains @ 58 and the Gamma TNT2
16 in the crosses at 60 in my Head Liquidmetal Radical MP. This string plays like a multi but lasts longer than any multi I have ever
seen. It doesn't fray like other multifilaments. The Power and Feel of this string is above average as well as durability for a soft
Comments: I played with this string all through High School. Now I'm 25 and hit much harder then I did in High
School. My game is power and top spin ground strokes as well as either a slice serve or straight power serve. Due to this, I have to
find new strings - the feel and control is great but i have been breaking my strings only after about 8 playing sets. For the price
of the string that can become very costly. the Durability is certainly sacrificed. I'm now researching other strings to try.
Comments: I really liked this string. I had my racquet (Liquidmetal Radical) strung in early march, and it lasted
throughout the entire high school tennis season til now. I switched from pro-hurricane tour and I like this one a lot better. The
control, power, and depth on groundstrokes are excellent. Volleys took some getting used to because they didn't have much
power. You really have to hit the sweetspot or else sometimes I end up with accidental drop volleys. This is my fav. string out of
the ones I've tried, and I definitely recommend it.
Comments: I am very impressed w/this string! I use it on the crosses w/ Babolat PHT on the mains and it feels so
much better than just having PHT the on the whole racquet. I thought I would lose spin, but really it seems to enhance it... The
only other hybrid i like to use is PHT w/ VS gut which probably the best out there, but lack in durability. If you get a chance,
definitely use this mix!!!
Comments: This string is powerful, accurate and it's surprisingly durable for me, and I'm a heavy topspin hitter. Bad
side is that it moves every time you hit the ball. I'm getting a blister in my thumb from re-aligning it.
Comments: This is a good solid string. I string on a Boris Becker at 55 lbs. It lasts without a week before breaking
but right before it does there is a dramatic loss of tension, I can quite accurately predict when it will break. Even on a dense
pattern 18/20 the string still gives a surprising amount of spin and great power as well. I recommend this string for people who
want to rise above the normal synthetic gut but don't want to break their arm while they are at it.
Comments: I love this string. I don't know what everyone is saying about this string breaking a lot. I am a
moderately hard-hitting player, and I got almost a month out of it, and I played probably about 20-25 days out of the month.
They also kept tension well.
Comments: It is interesting to read all the comments about this string. I have not had the problem of losing tension
that the others mention. Perhaps its because I string at 58 lbs or lower using a stiff frame. The string is very easy on the arm and
the 16 gauge has been pretty durable. Power and control are good.If you have had arm problems or don't need to string at a high
tension, give this string a try.
Comments: Using this string type the last several years and its by far the best out there for club player. IT combines
solid sense of feel and touch along with superb durability. Plus the value is the best. I am only a 4.5 player but these strings last 6
months on my rackets and almost never BREAK. The durability is amazing. Yes it loosens up fast but most strings do that.
Comments: This is the first string that broke on me in only 4 matches. I usually restring a racket every month (20
matches). It seems alright on most top spin shots but I just could not slice the ball with this string so my approaches were going
long. The string moves a lot and sometimes that translates into unexpected loss of power on topspin shots but feels alright when
hitting flat. I am going back to my old string.
Comments: This string has great feel and response, but these things sacrifice durability. Therefore, I recommend
using it in a hybrid stringing. I use this as my cross and prince tour as my main, and I still get a lot of great feel from this string
with much longer durability.
Comments: I couldn't agree more with the comments about the string tension. This string is great for
the first few hours, but the loss of tension is significant - so much so that my shots keeping going long and
spraying all over the court just after 6 hours of play. I have to get it re-strung even before the string breaks
(normally I break string in 12 hours of play).
Comments: I am a college tennis player and have used this string many times.
It does provide great feel when hitting the ball. It almost feels like the string "pockets" the
ball. I feel this string has helped provide me with better accuracy and placement of the ball.
Durability was not much of a problem due to the fact that I play with the Head i.Prestige
which has a tighter string pattern (18x20). I am going to try it out on the new Head Flexpoint
Radical. The string did however, seem to loose some tension and did eventually saw itself
down. Overall it is a good string that provides feel but not as much power or durability on a
more open string pattern.
Comments: I love this string. It has the perfect amount of power, feel, and
control. I am a strong junior player, and I used to break 2 strings a week. Now I only break 1
string every 2 weeks. This is the best string I have ever used.
Comments: I would not recommend this string. It felt really good initially, but it
lost its tension very
quickly and did not last long. I actually bought a reel of this stuff so I had to use it through 10
consistently lasted only about 2 to 4 matches or approx. 5-10 hours of hitting time. I hit fairly
hard but not
Comments: I am a high school player and have been using this string for
almost a year. I string it at 60 lbs. in a Hyper Pro Staff 6.2 and hit hard with lots of topspin.
This string has a very nice feel to it, but the downside is that it moves a lot and saws itself
down. I break these in 5-6 hours, and am switching to a polyester string for that reason.
Comments: It's on of the best string all around. I have it on for more than 30
hours of play and it still keeps tension and feel. Actually, it lost only 3-5 lbs. of tension ( I have
tension meter). I have it strung at 64lb on my LM Radical OS, works great. Not as playable as
Wilson NXT Max I used before but doesn't loose tension as fast either. Good string for buck.
Comments: The string is GREAT! For about the first 3-4 hours you play with it,
then it feels like it is unwinding and its gets very "trampoliney". It also breaks very quickly (I
broke it in 6 hours). Overall, it is good string for the first four hours, but it is way too
expensive for what you get out of it.
Comments: I don't know why when I first started playing this string it did not have
the power, or the feel I was looking for; but after couple of days the string became very
playable, and had great feel and was soft on the arm.
Highly recommended , the only problem is the string is a bit expensive should be around
Comments: If you are having any joint problems from playing with polyester or
kevlar strings, Gamma TNT is a great choice for a new string. There is a comment on this
web site that says these strings loose a lot of tension after the first day of play. I personally
have never experienced this despite stringing at 65 lbs. For me these strings feel best after
a day of hitting because once worn down a bit I get more bite on the ball. I definitely do not
recommend this string to frequent string breakers, but do recommend this string to anyone
looking for a string with great feel and playability.
Comments: Excellent string, great feel, playability, durability & control - only
downside is the $10 price tag would be a great value at $6-7, there are comparable strings
out there for less money.
Comments: I have tried a load of strings, from Prince Synthetic Gut to BDE
Natural Gut. This stuff is a good compromise between the key features people seem to be
looking for. Its power is better than Tecnifibre NRG 16. Its longevity is not as good as other
synthetics. I rate its ball feel up there with some of the natural guts and its soft on the arm. It
is also pretty reasonably priced, which is the flip side to the fact that the "pop" factor goes
after 3-4 hours of play.
Comments: Very lively string...second to none. As a string-breaker, the string is
not durable enough. TNT2 is truly one of the best strings available...your pro-shop owner will
treat you like a king if you are a string-breaker!
Comments: This string has great feel and comfort. I had been suffering from
arm troubles with tennis elbow and a shoulder injury, so I started using TNT and my arm felt
a lot better. The only complaint I have about this string is the durability. I am a 4.5 high
school player and during the season I was breaking strings in under a week. I am looking
for a new brand for that purpose, but I have yet to find a more comfortable string.
Comments: Hi, I've been playing tennis for about a year now and I just have to
say this string is amazing. It puts a lot of zip on the ball and at the same time I could control it
very well. I would recommend this string to all types of players old and young.
Comments: I loved how this string played. It was phenomenal, by far the best I
have ever felt. But unfortunately I hit hard with heavy spin. I play HS tennis and in 3 days of
playing, 4 days of being strung, I broke two mains on an ace only two games into the first
set. But like I said before, I loved how it played, the best playability I have felt.
Comments: I have used this string ever since I started playing tennis about four
years ago. I thought it was a good sting, but when I started trying other strings I found
Gamma TNT was a lot better compared to other kinds of strings. I am the type of player who
needs to use his speed and consistency. However, if given a short ball I have to be able to
hit a good approach. This sting suits me perfect. I love it on approach shots and touch
shots. I agree with previous evaluations, the string breaks kind of fast. You can maintain
tension by putting those string savers in. If you care about performance, I would use this
sting above any of the Big Bangers, Wilson Sensations, and Tecnifibre.
Comments: This is by far the greatest string for the money anywhere. I am a
college player and this stuff has amazing feel to it. I suffered from tennis elbow a couple
years back. During that time I made the switch to this string and haven't had any arm
problems since then. This is the best deal around.
Comments: I am a very hard hitter and this string feels great but loosens after
about 2-2.5 hours of play with 16 gauge and about 1.5 hours with 17 gauge. The strings
tend to saw through each other and break quickly. I love the strings but it is too bad they
don't last more then a couple of hours for me. I string my own racquets so I have put up with
this for awhile but I need to move on to another string that holds its tension.
Comments: The Gamma TNT 16 feels like a gem when first strung. It's very
crisp, the ball flies off it like a bullet with great feel. However, after about 5 hours of playing,
the string literally becomes unplayable because they loose tension and elasticity. It
becomes like a pillow attached to the string bed. All the feel disappears, power becomes
erratic and the balls begin to spread. This is probably one of the best playable strings, only if
you restring every day, however. I used this string on a Dunlop MuscleWeave 200g 95 strung
Comments: I'm about a 3.5-4.0 level tennis player who's been playing for about
2 years. When the time came to string my racket, I strung it with Gamma TNT 16 Natural,
because all of my friends were using it at the time. After demoing other rackets with different
string, TNT 16 Natural is definitely the best for players looking for absorption and a 16g.
string that will last.
Comments: Gamma TNT is Gamma's best selling string. I can tell you, straight
off, I wasn't quite sure why when I first started playing. These strings aren't hard, or
especially soft, and they're really smooth. After a while of playing, the strings become very
playable. The smooth outer coating wears off and then there is a lot of ball bite. The only
problem I found with these strings were that they lose tension faster than any string I've ever
Comments: This is the string for those who need good feeling and control as
well as enough power. I love this string every time I play. I have used so many top brand
names and products, but this is my final answer. I am using Wilson Hyper Hammer 5.3