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ArcSaber 7 vs AT900T

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by malaikiat, Mar 22, 2008.

  1. malaikiat

    malaikiat Regular Member

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    well..i dont know which racket to choose...i own a at900p and i like it...i do play single and double...
    when i play single with at900p, i found that its little bit hard for me to do smashes...so thats why i plan to get a defensive racket..thats between arcsaber 7@10 or at900t....but i dont like arc10 design...
     
  2. nile8866

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    I prefer 900t over AS7. AS7 is too head-light to my taste, though it is as fast as 900t. Moreover, smash with 900t is more power...

    But, AS7 is not a bad choice for defensive player at all.
     
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    Go for AT900T..more control n packed with a decent power as well.Even though it's head heavy,it's still so maneuverable.Easier to play with compared to AT900P.
     
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    I'd say AT900T is a better choice.
    Good control & reasonable power. =)

    I have AS7 as my main racquet. I like AS7 but not for singles. It is even balanced and overall very light, so i only recommend this for doubles. Since in singles, drives are rare & a head heavier racquet would be better for singles.

    but i dont see why u cant use at900p for smashing, it is designed for smashing particularly in singles. ==
     

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