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Li Ning - N90 best racket ever?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by onitsuka33, Nov 13, 2009.

  1. onitsuka33

    onitsuka33 Regular Member

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    who agrees with me? ;)
     
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    "Best" is a relative term. I really hope this has nothing to do with which pro's use it since most of them could still win using 10 year old rackets.

    You would also need to qualify how many rackets you've tried besides the N90, if it's the only one you've ever owned then it doesn't mean much....

    With all that said, I've never tried it myself but look forward to the opportunity to. I would not pay that much for a racket without having tried it first though.
     
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    onitsuka33 Regular Member

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    hehe..
    for the past years i've been using only yonex: Arcsaber 7, Nanospeed 9000X, AT700, AT 900 Power and Technique...
    Then i changed to Li Ning, with Lin Dan is my favourite badminton player i chose N90...
    Amazing Power, Control and the racket design is cool! lol
    It feels great hitting with this racket, just amazing. Anyone who gets the opportunity to try it, plz do. :)
    For a aggressive player like me, it helps my attacking game a lot!
     
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    Hey bro, u live in Thailand, got sell Li ning meh, which part of it ?
     
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    That's fantastic for you. For me, the N90 is about the worst racket. Haven't tried it because it's too expensive for me to play. I play a lot of doubles and prefer not to worry about clashes.

    For now, ZELM's are the best fit of ability to go higher tension, tough, good price and fantastic playability.

    Like druss say, "best" is a relative term.
     
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    LoL. .
     
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    LOL... I ordered it online! =DD
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    jst to show my racket =D
     
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    y_o_n_e_x_m_a_n Regular Member

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    i think for the past years, your BEST racket ever should be AT 700 since you said you only use Yonex and your favourite player was Lin Dan :p

    now you said it was N90 the BEST racket ever because Lin Dan was using it right now :D

    what if Lin Dan suddenly changed to N50, then again N50 would be your BEST racket ever? :rolleyes:
     
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    in fact, my favourite before N90 was armotec technique :rolleyes:

    N90 has a similar feel to AT 900 technique but is has a better clear, with out much power u can clear to the back =D

    and yes i would like to try all the rackets that Lin Dan uses but it does not mean that it will be the racket that i like the most. ;)
     
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    The way he talks i bet he is below 20 years old
     
  12. Ferrerkiko

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    Hey bro: My advice is , its the skill that counts , not lin dan use what u follow... if Lin dan use victor racket, u want to follow ?:p
     
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    Come'on guys, onitsuka33 only stated that he chose N90 because LD uses it. He never said it was the best because LD uses it but gave his views and how it helped his game.
     
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    No , cant agree with you , it is one of those racket that you would only get the best out of if you have fantastic technique where the racket would suit you then . For intermediate/club/league/county players it would be total waste of money and should stick with either the N33, N55 or N50
     
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    He likes it the most out of his other racquets. Who are we to say he made the wrong choice? He's enjoying it anyways.
     
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    Glad that you finally find the best racket "for you". :p:D As for me, my Kason Carvel U3/U4 at $45 still the best all around racket. :cool:
     
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    hey man, i live in chiang mai could you direct me to some place that sells this racket ??
     
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    how much cost Li Ning N90 in china ?
     
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    Li Ning rackets are overpriced, IMO. they don't look as well carved or painted as Yonex rackets but cost as much, if not more.
     
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    have you seen the Rocks N33? that racket is pretty..... :)
     

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