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Cai Yun uses Yonex Graps???

Discussion in 'Grip' started by ckyew, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. ckyew

    ckyew Regular Member

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    Printscreen was taken when I was rewatching the finals of the men's doubles of the Korean Open during a dive by Cai Yun in the 1st game.

    Probably likes the graps^^

    Cai Yun Yonex Grap.jpg
     
  2. visor

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    Very good catch!
     
  3. Rocker

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    Wow!! Very good capture!!! :D

    BTW, what racket is that? It doesn't look like C7. I think that is N55 II, CMIIW.
     
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    pcll99 Regular Member

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    hahaahaaa...

    but YY's grip is not that good lah.... i am surprised at CY
     
  5. Licin

    Licin Regular Member

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    IMO, YY Supergrap is still the best... What other grip do you think better than YY Supergrap?

    It is N55II, CMIIW..
     
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    rkep elite g09 much better and cheaper lah! :)
     
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    pcll99 Regular Member

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    Kimony/kimoni is the best... but they are not available everywhere...
     
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    kimoni really? gotta try that.

    i use karakal overgrip on top of my super PU. pretty cheap at rm5 each :D
     
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    haha good frame catch.. maybe kason/li ning overgrip not good enough compare to yonex :D... love supergrap.. :D
     
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    The first Kimony grip i have ever used is the one with sort of like "bone" on the grip...
    Are you referring on that particular grip also?

    That one not bad.
    I am now using Karakal super grip, it is not that expensive also..:p
     
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    Kimoni/kimony grip without bones are best... i never tried the ones with bones....
     
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    maybe he doesnt uses yonex grips but only got alot of spare yonex tapes...

    so not to waste.. use lor..
     
  13. ckyew

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    Well, everyone to their own.

    Some may argue that the N90 is best ever head heavy racket produced but others may differ with different models of other head heavy rackets. haha

    But I wonder, as he's sponsored by Li Ning, does he goes off somewhere and buy the graps like us or he just gets it from Yonex China free of charge.
     
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    Kimony good.......
     
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    vajrasattva Regular Member

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    super grap is good only for.... the first few hours of play!
     
  16. Licin

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    Do you have sweaty hands ?
    For me Supergrap seems good for a few sessions.
     
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    quixilver Regular Member

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    In Singapore where the RH level is ranging mostly around 80% throughout the year (indoor without aircon), everyone tends to get sweat very easily. Sweaty palm is totally common.
     
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    currently using ac102ex on my bslyd, it's not very tacky initially, although has a nice feel. it's good for 3, max 4 sessions, then it loses its tackiness completely, becomes dry and slippery. Toalson ultra grip is much much better, more tacky and fades slower. Gripped with RKEP G09 today, feels good initially (although toalson seems a better), we'll see how it goes.
     
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    with things like grips you definitely shouldn't look up to the professionals much, this thing is 100% personal.
     
  20. vajrasattva

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    nope non sweaty hands.

    the grap becomes dry and slippery quickly after usage.
     

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