World Champion string
The 2009 ATP World Tour Finals tennis championship held in London was won by Nikolay Davydenko, he was using the POLY STAR ENERGY.
Brian Gottfried, world-class player of the 1970s and 1980s, tried the 1.20 mm POLY STAR CLASSIC for the first time in training and at an indoor tournament in Vienna. Gottfried won using the same string throughout the tournament week.
Tennisboom of the 80s
The company name POLY STAR soon became synonymous with the term "monofilament polyester string" and set quality standards that led to further developments. Numerous top players like Michael Stich, Carlos Costa and Alberto Berasategui were prominent supporters of POLY STAR strings.
Celebrated Tennis Players
During the 1980s, Over 80 German tennis players ranked among the DTB Top 100 and all were using POLY STAR strings.