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Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by wakaka, May 24, 2010.

  1. wakaka

    wakaka New Member

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    1. apacs Visible Hollow 1800 or 2000
    2. Apacs tantrum 150 or 160
    3. Pro Ace sweetspot 2000
    4. Gosen PKS slim 760

    or any other in that range of price? Im looking for a slightly heavy head. I often play doubles.
     
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    Aren't you interested in Yonex' Nanospeed ?
     
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    i got an advice from my friends saying that for cheap rackets, don get yonex, and also, im not quite a fan of yonex
     
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    Okay....
    Anyway I don't know those raquets..
     
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    at there dont have apacs visible hollow 2000 ?
     
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    there is, but im not sure how good is it compared to VH1800

    -sry late reply, been busy
     
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    Why not try Babolat Shadow ?
     
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    I got a chance to swing a VH1800 before. All I can tell it's a well balanced racket, which in theory maybe more suitable for an all around type player, rather than a big cannon smasher.
     

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