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M. Lundgaard recent Equipments

Discussion in 'Professional Players' started by msenghl, Nov 26, 2005.

  1. msenghl

    msenghl Regular Member

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    Realised in recent Opens, Lundgaard is now sponsored by Forza, but from TV looks like he is dtill using Yonex Ti Swing Power and wearing SHB-99. Do anyone share the same view as me?
     
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    yes.. althought a lot of profesional player sponsor by other brand than yonex. they still used yonex racket, just like when malaysia was sponsor by goosen.
    they will cover area which show the yonex sign but sometimes they forget..
     
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    Yeah, they've been sponsored by Forza since the World Champs. That was the first thing I noticed because it was weird for the world #1, at the time, to be sponsored by anyone other than Yonex.
     
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    Unless I am completely mistaken, Martin now uses the Forza Ti 8-05.
     
  5. msenghl

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    i thought he is still using Ti Swing Power.
     

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