Remember that hybrid stringing is really more of a tempering and less of an enhancing. You want MAX power and MAX comfort go with a full bed of natural gut. You want MAX control and MAX spin go with a full bed of polyester. You want more power than control (typically) go with a multi in the mains and poly in the crosses.
The most popular hybrid string setup on the pro tour is natural gut and polyester. Until the ...
See more videos for Tennis String Hybrid Suggestions
Pro Players That String With a Hybrid Setup. Roger Federer: Wilson Natural Gut in the mains and Luxilon ALU Rough in the crosses. Grigor Dimitrov: Luxilon 4G in the mains and Wilson Natural Gut in the crosses. Kei Nishikori: Wilson Natural Gut in the mains and Luxilon Element in the crosses.
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.
If you tend to break strings frequently and want your strings to last longer than using a poly based string in the mains is the way to go. Combine this with a synthetic in the crosses. Other players are looking for playability so maybe a combination of natural gut and multifilament strings would give you great playabiliy and save you some money.
Many players don't realize that a hybrid tennis string is not just for durability, you can actually set it up for top performance. Many players including professionals such as Roger Federer (read one of my previous posts), will put the better playing string in the main strings and use a polyester or other durable tennis string in the cross strings.
More Tennis String Hybrid Suggestions images