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4U Head Heavy Rackets??

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by racketman123, Jan 26, 2014.

  1. racketman123

    racketman123 Regular Member

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    I am looking for a 4U head heavy racket to improve my clears and smashes, also I want it to be maneuverable and good in defence.

    My budget is around £50-90.

    It must be a Yonex, Victor or Li Ning.
    It mustn't be too heavy.
    It must be available in the UK, preferable through amazon uk.

    Can anyone recommend a good racket for me?
     
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    Nanospeed 990.
     
  3. racketman123

    racketman123 Regular Member

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    NOOOOOO!!! HAha, its way too expensive, also it's 3u and not head heavy
     
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    Lol any other requests :p ? I guess u could go for a ti10 or an atp900, both of which are available in 4u.
     
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    I would suggest the voltric 70'as wewell however if your budget is only £90 go for the Yonex Voltric 50
     
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    that ^^

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    go for voltric 7... its amazing...cost efficient..
     
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    voltric 9, it's a great racket!!!
     
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    tht racket is extra stiff, i don't think he'll improve with his shot, not that it's the racket's fault, but he'll have a hard time improving...but a great racket still :)
     
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    its too heavy....I have one....looking to sell it
     

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