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2nd racket : AT900T, AT500, or NS7000

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by otterfun, Feb 28, 2008.

  1. otterfun

    otterfun Regular Member

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    Hi,
    I like my AT900T w/NBG98 at 25# quite a bit.
    If I am to get a 2nd racket which should go for AT900T, AT500, or NS7000 ?

    I play front/back intermediate WD (back) & XD (by default front, but prefer back).
    I can hit deep and smash squarely with speed. Good with deep and shallow angle cross-court snd straight placement shots but working on net drop & tumbles.

    Love the sweetness of Cab30ms but prefer something more maneuverable and will compromise on the sweetness, hence 900T is acceptable at this time.

    I am playing 3 times/week for 2.5 hour each session.
    Any help welcome. Thanks
     
  2. silentheart

    silentheart Regular Member

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    not NS7000, AT500 may be. AT900t yes. May be get a demo/used racquet to save you money?
     
  3. Canuck19_14

    Canuck19_14 Regular Member

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    Well you already own a 900T right? Why not get the same racket if you like it.
     
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    Smichz Regular Member

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    get AT900T all the way...
     
  5. Ar Dan

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    If the purpose of your 2nd racket is for backup in case something happens to your AT900T, then why not buy an extra AT900T?

    There are several advantages to this:
    1. It does not require extra time to adjust to
    2. You already like the way the racket performs and it's working well for you.
    3. The AT900T will become more deadly when you spend more time playing
    with it.

    Since you like the NBG98, one option you might consider is to purchase a JP AT900T and some NBG98 from Japan and save some money.
     

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