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Need a new racket

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by q.f.b, May 4, 2013.

  1. q.f.b

    q.f.b Regular Member

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    Hello :)
    I'm a singles/doubles player and I play offensively.
    I'm looking for slightly head-heavy and slightly stiff racket that can be used for singles and doubles play.
    Please give me some of Victor and Li-ning rackets , I hope you avoid Yonex because it's really hard to find Yonex rackets from my place . :D Btw , I'm really sensitive about the paint job .
     
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    BS 12..Should be fine. or TK8000
     
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    BS series probably not good choice if he's sensitive to paint job, as BS chips very easily... Probably MX60 or 70 is better choice.
     
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    q.f.b Regular Member

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    I don't really like the paint job on MX60 but I like MX70. But I'm wondering how MX70 will perform in singles and doubles , I found out that the racket is mostly used for singles.
     
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    Paint job is nothing.. most important is the racquet features and how you play..
     
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    But... red goes faster :(
     
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    For Lining you can try the N55 II or the N50.
    N70, N50II are good options but they are not stiff.
    If you are strong you can try the N90 II as well.

    But always test a racket before you buy it.
     
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    With so many choices, every aspect counts :D
     

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