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defensive racquet

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by numan143, May 1, 2009.

  1. numan143

    numan143 New Member

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    hello ,
    please tell me which is the best defencive racquet , yonex says the new yonex 9900 is X-Fullerene meterial has 5% increase in repulsion power and 15% greater stability. any one have used it or have an idea it is better for defence or new arcsaber 9 and what kind of armortec 900 technique is it defencive or attacking or please sugest me a racquet :eek:. thanks
     
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    I reckon is the NS9900. I tried it out for 2 hours today since I bought it yesterday.

    It is very quick...i would say is even quicker than the AT900 P/T. Havent tried the Arc9 yet so I cant comment.

    The power is somewhat significantly lesser than the Arc10, that's my take.

    So, for a defensive racket...and a new high-end yonex range racket, I would strongly recommend the NS9900.
     
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    if you want a defensive racket then a headlight racket will be best as it will be very manouverable. The yonex nanospeed series is all headlight and would be a good choice. If you want a good balance of power and speed the ns8000 is a top racket, but you need to have good technique for this (just like the ns9900). A racket which i also like is the ns4500 which is priced well and is more flexible for an easy swing. The at900t is not really a defensive racket as it has a head heavy set up but the fact that it is quite light and has an aero frame shape means thats it is quite good for defence...hope this helps
     
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    The Kason's Legerity series is great as a defensive racquet however to attack with it is another story.
     
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    go with the MP66.
     

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