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2U or 3U version

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Yogi, Jun 25, 2001.

  1. Yogi

    Yogi Regular Member

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    What do players like Chandra wijayan or tony gunawan use.

    All of us know they use Mp 100. Would they be using 2U or 3U version.

    It would be great to know if someone heard it from the horses mouth.

    Thanks
     
  2. Ricky

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    I doubt these pros use 3U version.
     
  3. Ricky

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    What I really mean is : I guess all these pros should use 2U. Fyi, all CN racquets I seen so far are 2U as well (I have been told that there is no 3U CN racquet).
     
  4. Daniel Chen

    Daniel Chen Guest

    but isn't a 2U MP100 a bit too heavy for fast doubles action?
     
  5. ovk

    ovk Guest

    These guys have so strong wrists and superior technique
    that they don't need 3U versions to be fast and explosive.
    And 2U provides definitely more power and more stability for higher string tensions.
     
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    some double pros even put lead tapes on their 2U frame to weight it up. 3U are made to satisfy the beginner market.
     
  7. Jeff L

    Jeff L Guest

    im pretty sure after playing badminton as long as they have, their arms are strong enough for a 2U in doubles
     

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