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Help me choose a racket

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by justich, Jan 30, 2013.

  1. justich

    justich Regular Member

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    Hello everyone! I'm 15 years old intermediate-advanced player in badminton. I have been playing for 2 years and I currently use the yonex vtzf. As I started playing with the racket, it felt pretty stiff for me. I am a singles player and play doubles 1-3 of the time. I like to drop and I cannot generate the powerful smash with the current racket. I like light weight(not too light) and flexible racket. So please help me choose a racket:D
     
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    DannyYan Regular Member

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    get a ksaon f9./n55ii
     
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    light weight and flexible racket is like the opposite of z force!!! if yonex can try arcsaber 7. quite light and more flexible than z force.
     
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    DannyYan Regular Member

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    arc saber 8dx
     
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    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    kason c7 might be a good choice since it's light weight, but head heavy which will give you a bit more power for smashes.
     
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    OP ask for non-stiff racket, you suggest extra stiff racket. bravo sir, bravo.
     

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