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Li-Ning N50 vs Li-Ning N50II vs Kason F9

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by James.Foo, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. James.Foo

    James.Foo Regular Member

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    Please offer some details about these 3 rackets, I wanted to know which is best suited for me.;)
     
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    moomoo Regular Member

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    how do you usually play? singles/doubles? attacker/defender? lefty/righty? do you slice often etc.
    hard to recommend :D

    F9 is similiar to N50II.
    N50ii is quicker, head heavier, stiffer and has a longer shaft than N50
     
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    Is Kason F9 really that similar with N50II? i have not tried both rackets before, thats why i don't know... I plan to buy one of those, but will prefer F9 if they are bot really similar since F9 is cheaper than N50II
     
  4. James.Foo

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    but overall is still seems like N50II comes out best and F9 comes out 2nd and N50 3rd?
    I play all, but mostly plays doubles,defender(at the back) and a righty
     
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    Thanks for your input, will consider N50-II...
     
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    yup, N50II would probably be better for you but you realy need to try it first. Not everyone can adapt to a change in shaft length... i learnt it the hard way :rolleyes:

    P/s the back position is usually the attacker. in doubles you should stand side by side when defending and rotate as soon as you get into an attacking advantage :p
     
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    ops I type wrong, I mean the attacker.... silly me
    oh, Thanks...
     

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