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Li Ning or Yonex

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by menace14, Dec 26, 2012.

  1. menace14

    menace14 New Member

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    My friend and I are not sure of what rackets to use. Li Ning or Yonex?
     
  2. maxout

    maxout Regular Member

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    Might as well ask the following additional questions :

    1) Oval or isometric ?
    2) Flexible or stiff shaft ?
    3) Hold or replusive ?
    4) Head heavy or head light ?

    But IF you are not sure how to answer ALL the questions above - GO BUY A YONEX CARBONEX 20sp ... ALL QUESTIONS SOLVED !! - Li-Ning doesn't produce any racquet as good as this one !! :D
     
  3. dffhkhksg

    dffhkhksg Regular Member

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    You also might want to state your budget and playstyle (offensive, defensive, control, smash etc.) and a few things you liked and a few things you didn't like about your last racket(s)
     
  4. gundamzaku

    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    or instead of lengthening this thread just say either yonex or li ning, LOL...jk
     
  5. Optiblue

    Optiblue Regular Member

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    Based on the absense of playstyle given, it's going to be more of a brand thing for you. I've been using Yonex for 10 years and noticed that durability is becoming an issue lately. I currently like Li Ning more than Yonex just because I don't like any of Yonex's new line of rackets with the exception of the ZF.
     
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    I am with Optiblue in this one.
     

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