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List your playing style, main racket, string & string tension

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by neoanderson777, Sep 30, 2004.

  1. neoanderson777

    neoanderson777 Regular Member

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    Everyone list you plaing style, main racket used string used and the string setting.
    This is to sum up styles of playinging and the equipment used.
    This can also help others much better in to deciding which racket should suit them and strings used
     
  2. adrianzg

    adrianzg Regular Member

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    smash based/AT700 3ug4/bg85 24lbs :eek:
     
  3. andyoda

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    balanced between control and power/carbonex 21sp/bg66/24 lbs
     
  4. neoanderson777

    neoanderson777 Regular Member

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    More control than power
    Carbonex 20
    bg85
    24 pounds
     
  5. Kenny

    Kenny Regular Member

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    Defense/Mp33/Bg-65Ti/22 pounds
     
  6. tranvi007

    tranvi007 Regular Member

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    Hi!!!

    Offensive, 90 VFS, 5G, 18 Pounds, BG 65
     
  7. Ashish

    Ashish Regular Member

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    offensiveminded/at700 4UG5 / bg-65 at 21-22lbs
     
  8. TrunkZ69

    TrunkZ69 Regular Member

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    (Lazy) Offense, AT 800 DF(with a bit of lead tape at 3/9 oclock)
    27 through 29 lbs, bg65
     
  9. aerotus70

    aerotus70 Regular Member

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    More defensive
    aerotus 70 sp
    bg66
    21lbs
     
  10. cappy75

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    Style: "Still trying to find myself" style:(.

    Main Racket: Yonex CAB22 2U/G5

    String: BG80 / BG65

    String Setting: 23lbs (main) 25lbs (cross)
     
  11. timeless

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    Drunken Styo~! :cool:

    Fly Swatter w/ BG65 @ 24/26 - 26/28 lbs.
     
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  12. smash_master

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    more Offensive, ISO 80 VFS, 2UG4, Black BG 65 @ 20lbs
     
  13. Dill

    Dill Regular Member

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    Lazy git (my coach can verify this)
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    Whatever works (probably a little bit more defensive) :eek:

    AT700
    Natural gut
    23lbs
     
  14. yonghao

    yonghao Regular Member

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    offensive, mp99, 22x24lbs
     
  15. wilfredlgf

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    Lots of drives and smashes, less drops, less control.
    Ti-10.
    BG-85.
    25lbs.
     
  16. Brave_Turtle

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    Style: Power/control

    Racquet: Cab21 (3U,G5)

    String: BG85 (22x24lbs)
     
  17. taber

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    Style: Mostly defensive, forcing opponent to make errors Offensive when the game allows it.

    Racquet: Forza kevlar 11-04.

    String: BG65 about 22x24.
     
  18. jamesshieh88

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    defensive, drive, control
    Armortec 500 4U G4
    white BG70Pro(dont like these strings)
    24lb
     
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    should we put singles/doubles as well?

    doubles
    not much control...so i guess more power
    carlton airblade pro
    winex ti70
    22lbs
     
  20. neoanderson777

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    Put as much info about the playing style
    like doubles or singles

    also everyone can provide certain tactics and strategies along with the playing style that would help any newcomers greatly thanks
     

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