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A couple of rackets for all occasions!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Hutch, Sep 25, 2011.

  1. Hutch

    Hutch New Member

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    I have reached a decent level now and I'm thinking of buying a couple of rackets. I play doubles mostly but, depending on my partner, I play aggressively or with lots of net and drop shots.

    I am thinking of a VT80 for the aggressive games and not sure what for the other. I'm looking at NS9900, N50II, Black Knight ghost, Babolat X-FEEL lite.

    Any thoughts or any others to consider?
     
  2. asmd6230

    asmd6230 Regular Member

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    all occasions would mean light weight, even balance. arc saber z slash.
    while in the end its all personal preference, i prefer the z-slash to the VT80.

    my 2 cents.
     
  3. Avenger

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    try MX80
    pretty nice racket for all occasion, wheter it is doubles or singles

    IMO VT80 is more of singles racket, it is also a pretty demanding racket
    what is your previous racket?
     
  4. paulmac007

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    I think if you use the VT 80 for your aggressive games, and if you went with something like the NS 9900 for defensive type games you'd be fine. I play with the VT 80 now, and I really enjoy it. It's got power when you need it, and has a nice touch around the net, and is really nice for drops. I used to use a 5100 Gosen for my defensive games, but I am going to switch to the NS9900. It seems to be highly recommended here in Korea. Best of luck with whatever you decide to buy!
     

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