The Luxilon Big Banger Alu Power Series is highly in demand among ATP players, including all-time great Roger Federer, who uses the Alu Power Rough string. Heavy on power and control, these strings are slightly lower in the durability department, while they remain easy to manage. The “rough” denomination adds extra spin to the player’s shots, a preference of Federer and many others on the tour.
Big Banger Original 16 Strings by Luxilon are the biggest selling string and rank highest in durability among all the Belgian string manufacturer’s options. They are also available in Rough for the extra spin. The Savage string is one of the newest types to be unleashed by Luxilon. Liquid Crystalline Polymers are used to create a revolutionary system of six distinct sides that manages to avoid the sharpness that some string edges with this profile have. They rate highest in control.
The Big Banger Timo string by Luxilon is the thinnest, most controllable string in the series. Because of the incredible handling potential of these strings, you cannot expect the type of durability found in the other Big Banger types. You will have significant power at your disposal, yet the focus of these strings is power and comfort.
Luxilon’s Adrenaline string offers a well-rounded profile for tour-worthy performance without sacrificing any of the major features. Like the Alu strings, Adrenaline focuses on power and control, though not to the extremes of the Federer model. You can still opt for Adrenaline Rough for that extra bite. For the player who is best at touch shots that require a certain amount of finesse, the Luxilon M2 String is the way to go. These strings are rated highest in comfort and control, meaning they will bend to the whims of the player at key moments. Players who want to emphasize this angle against opponents who hope to rely on strength alone could benefit greatly from the M2 string.
Luxilon is the definitive choice of the pros when it comes to tennis strings. See the difference the next time you string your racquet with Luxilon. HIDE