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MP77 VS Ti-10

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Howard, Jun 23, 2001.

  1. Howard

    Howard Regular Member

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    Hey i'm thinking of get one of these racquets. I was wonder if you guys could help me out in comparing these two
    Thanx
     
  2. Jeff L

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    you guys need to read the review sections :) I haven't tried out the MP77, but the Ti-10 is definetly a great racquet. Head heavy, light, and long. I can get great smashes, and quick maneuvering (i suck at spelling)
     
  3. harry

    harry Guest

    they are both great rackets!
    ti10 is stiffer and longer i think, bigger frame and itz boxframe
    mp77 is not as stiff but stiff enough for me and it has aeroframe....the frame i more of a egg shape, kinda in between iso and cab shape
    both rackets are pretty well even balanced and are good for all fields like single, double, wrist player, elbow player, offense, defense.....etc. i tried both and i loved both....i suggest you go try them yourself
     
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    No need to debate..get both.
     
  5. Cheung

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    I knocked around with a Ti10 strung in BG88 Ti at 26lbs. Bang, bang sounds emanate on impact.

    Today, I try Ti10long strung in Ashaway strings at 23lbs. It could have been a different racquet all together. I looked at the racquet thinking 'is this really the same thing?'

    MP77 in BG68Ti 23 lbs? (Kwun's) - nothing special



    Today, I lent my cab20 CN to my friend who is a very good player. He says 'it feels very solid but the strings make a difference as well'. An observer watching (a very good player from M'sia) says,, the smashes seem harder.
     
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    heyyyyy i loved the mp77......
    its an evan balanced racquet and is pretty easy to maneuver...
    the power from it is great, i can feel that there is an extra kick from the ultimum shaft on my shots....
    the ti10 is awesome as well(mind you, i have only tried the 2u version)...
    the ti10 is very head heavy, and very very powerful for smashing....its a monster lol.
    if you ask me, i say that the mp77 is more suited for singles...and ti10 2u is definately a doubles racquet.
     
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    Haven't tried out these two in a real game situation. I'll need Kwun to get back to HK.....
     
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    or even better, how about you come over here?
     
  9. Howard

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    I think you should all come over to calgary so i can try out every racquet hehe
     

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