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New Racket Recommendation

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Joekruger, Jan 22, 2013.

  1. DannyYan

    DannyYan Regular Member

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    haha ok my bad! he said he is interested in only yonex rackets.so i will only introduce him yonex racket....in fac i m using mx jjs...hehe.hahaha
     
  2. Joekruger

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    Yup u absolutely rite. so at JB how much i can get for vtzf? what is inclusive..
     
  3. DannyYan

    DannyYan Regular Member

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    i think IF I M NOT MISTAKEN,u can definitely get cheaper because they r throwing the prices...hongli is the distributor if i m not mistaken..for this i cant really help because its been quite long since the last time i went there...their packages are worth a visit! =D
     
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    Hell yessss !
    Very difficult to get used to it but if you managed to do so, your smashes will be something really really bad for the opponents.

    I did last night and I'll restring my long-time slept NS9900 for Saturday's session... BG66UM @25lbs sounds like it :)
    BTW, do you know if Ahsan's NS9900 is a 2U or 3U ?
     
  5. DannyYan

    DannyYan Regular Member

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    if i din get my knee twisted 6 years ago.. it is not daren liew who played against jan o gensen today...its me =D
     
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    if i m not mistaken...it shud be 2u...
     
  7. Joekruger

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    Wow its really 2u? its too heavy for double i think..
     
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    I am really sorry to hear that bro...All the best for you ....:)
     
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    2U for playing double is really something ....Not to mention the amount of stamina, arm and wrist power to fully utilize it.
     
    #49 Licin, Feb 4, 2013
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    Indeed, it is but I don't think it would be a problem for professional players. A flashback memory to recall the great Indonesian pairs Ricky/Rexy, Chandra/Sigit and Tony/Halim played at their best with their 2U rackets nearly two decades ago.
     
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    That is IF you managed to do so. I played with the Z-Slash for a few months and yes the smashes are incredible - but miss that sweet spot, and you will cursing yourself why the opponent is returning your smashes so easily.

    And the frame hits are quite common. Too bad, I liked the racket very much, but if you keep hitting the frame during a smash or clear, it's gonna cost you dearly in a game.
     

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