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NS9000S vs. NS7000

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by bmc2005, Aug 16, 2008.

  1. bmc2005

    bmc2005 Regular Member

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    Hi there. I need to ask everyone here their help to decide between these two rackets.

    I'm a very aggressive player. I know many of you will put out the Ns7000 from consideration because it is head light, but I've read in places it is a counter-offensive racket and when I demo'd it, the swing speed made up for the lack of head heaviness.

    Furthermore, I play with plastics, and I need to know which one is better for smashing. I am an intermediate player, but very inconsistent, I also wouid like the racket that is more forgiving.

    Please compare these two rackets and tell me which one suits me better! Thanks.
     
  2. phandrew

    phandrew Regular Member

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    Have you considered other brands like SOTX and RSL? NS7000 doesn't have much power but NS9000S does. You should try AT900T if you want yonex and with a heavy head and good swing speed.
     
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    Athelete1234 Regular Member

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    You can also toss in AT900T. All of these racquets are good for all around players, AT900T more offensive, NS7000 more defensive.
     
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    skunklover Regular Member

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    well, the NS7k is really defensive, i have one, and it is fast, yet the 9ks will do just fine, and is more powerful
     

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