Luxilon 4G 125 Tennis String

Luxilon 4G 125 Tennis String
Luxilon 4G 125 is a new 17 gauge co-polyester string that places an emphasis on playability and tension maintenance, without sacrificing the spin, control and durability for which Luxilon is known. Surprising comfort and longer playability than most polyester strings, thanks to proprietary improvements in string construction. Thinner 17 gauge for added playability.

  • Color: Gold
  • Gauge: 17 (1.25mm)
  • Length: 40ft. (12m)

Midwest Sports only ships Wilson products to domestic addresses in the U.S. and U.S. Territories.

Very playable string

4 Stars

Geoffrey D. Ivnik from OH on 6/9/2015 12:00:00 AM wrote:

This is the most comfortable string I've tried. I normally play Luxilon ALU Power Fluoro. I tried 4G because my new frame is not as stiff and I wanted to build a control racket. Mission accomplished. I use a hybrid pattern with 4G on the mains at 52 lbs and Babolat VS Touch on the crosses at 54 lbs. My racket has terrific control and I can take a full swing to generate power.

too stiff

1 Star

Letty from NY on 11/18/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I tried this one and couldn't do much with it. Too stiff for me, my serve were too slow. I need to try hard with it. Is probably a good string for a strong player. Not for an intermediate or beginner.

Best Luxilon String!!

5 Stars

bRaD from TX on 4/22/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Good string qualities all around for spin,feel & durability, bang for the $$ and easier to string with compared to RPM Blast and others. I use it in my mains now to replace the ALU Power

luxilon strings

4 Stars

Ani from FL on 1/27/2014 12:00:00 AM wrote:

We like the strings, they are good.

Luxilon 4G 125

5 Stars

Julie from AL on 10/17/2013 12:00:00 AM wrote:

I can't tell the difference between the 125 and the 130 string, but the Luxilon 4G is all I use now. I was a big string breaker, changing strings every couple days or once a week at least. Prince Problend was the only string that I could use for a while without breaking, but it gave me triceps tendon pain, and so I had to stop using it. Now I have to put a calendar event to remind myself to get my racket restrung once a month because these strings don't break. The tension keeps well for at least three or four weeks until there is a noticeable difference. The feel is way better than Problend ever was too, and at least as good as any of the more breakable strings I tried out over the course of a couple months. I use a Dunlop Biomimetic F3.0 Tour.

5 Stars from Luxilon 4G

5 Stars

Man 4 All Seasons from IN on 12/15/2012 12:00:00 AM wrote:

Very smooth feel, nice blend of power + touch. Seems to hold tension very well. My daughter switched to this string 2 months ago from Kirshbaum Pro Line II 17G. She says they have a more "solid" feel and that she feels the ball better. Her coach had to talk her into trying them, now she won't use anything else. She is a solid player, senior in HS (all state) and will play DII or DIII college tennis next fall. She uses a Wilson Juice Pro BLX, strung at 58 lbs.

Luxilon 4G 125 Tennis String

Item # WRZ997110

  • 4 Star