I stumbled across Diadem through one of my students who ask me to string their racket. At first feel i knew its going to be a crisp but was amazed by the ball bite it gets. I have tried and tested all the Diadem products . My big banger players use Solstice and Elite without any arm issue.. This string feels hard but its actually really comfortable. My intermediate players are using the solstice as mains and impulse as cross. Great ball pocketing and feel were the feedback. Star shape, amazing spin potential. Comfortable, strings made for the next level!.
LTA, RPT, PTR tennis coach in Hong Kong
I had seen a few players playing with Diadem strings and heard that they had a unique shape. The first time I tested them I knew right away that these were the best strings I had ever played with. I feel like I can get more rip on the ball and they are very powerful strings. The two main factors for me when it comes to strings are how good do they feel on my slice backhand and how fast is my serve. I switched the very next day!
WTA Touring Pro - Career High 98
I have tried, over the past 25 years, a wide range of poly string and I have to say Diadem is definitely the best one out there. The grip, feel and spin production it has on the ball is not found on any other string and its probably the softest poly around which is also huge if you have any elbow/arm pain. Thank you Diadem!
Elite Tennis Professional/Player/Consultant
I’ve tried every shaped string in the market from Solinco’s Hyper G, Revolution and Tour Bite; Volkl’s Cyclone Tour and Ytex’s Quadro Twist. The problem with Solinco’s Hyper G and Tour Bite is that it had too much bite and spin with not enough power; Ytex Quadro Twist had a similar problem and was also too stiff. Finally I tried Volkl Cyclone Tour, which I used for most of my career, but what it gained in playability it lacked in any kind of feel, too soft and lost tension very quickly, especially when I played tournaments in humid conditions over in Asia. The Goldilocks of shaped poly string out there, Diadem hits all the marks for me and this will be my string of choice for the foreseeable future.