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Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by ttktom, Feb 7, 2004.
for me it would have to be my MP 100 or ti-3 as they arn't made anymore in the U.K.
My 3u ti-10
mp88...and according to others on this forum this is a very fragile racquet so ill have to watch myself
My new 2U G4 Ti-10 whitout a doubt. Hey guys I wrote a new review on my new Ti-10 check it out!!!
I couldn't bare to part with any of them but most likely, it would either be my Cab22 seeing as it's hard to find these days
Definetely my Kawasaki-BG9800F, which is my first racket from 12 years ago.
If you have money, I believe you can always buy a Ti-10 or recent 5 years racket.
It's already to late.....My MP99 had been sent to heaven.
I think i will feel equally bad for anyone of my collection, as I have to dig into my wallet again.
Just found my Cab9 Gold. It is very hard to find nowadays... worth more than any of the AT700s heheh..
All my racquets!
I was most upset when my first Yonex racquet broke many years ago. It was an isometric 50 or 60. I had saved up ages to buy it, but it broke within a couple of months..
I was very upset also when my beloved Prince racquet was stolen in the local leisure centre (gym).
I have broke many others since, but have not gone through the same emotions again.
if any of them broke i probably wouldn't really care... no attachment to them really...
they are all the same in the end, now i would be quite sad if my arm broke though...
Carlton Boron Classic - I spent all of my red pocket money to buy it, but broken in an accident.
Bah, they're just money to me. I only have two (identical) playing rackets, and a further 3 low-end rackets for friends to use (or for me to use when playing with plastic feathers).
This is how upset I'd be if one of my playing rackets broke:
Karakal SL-70 + towel grip + restring BG85 = £77 + £3 + £20 = exactly £100 units of upsetness
Has to be the original issue of Carlton 85g, £90 ten years ago and priceless now!!
They have now been retired and replaced by a few unattached AT700's
Ti10 2u g4. smacked it everywhere, on ceiling, floor etc. still intact. sp version is meant to be out of production sometime this year. what do ya think, shud i get another? (costs about 700 hkd ~ £50) or do u think itll last me if i be reasonably careful with it?
my iso900sx. the first racket that i've truely ever liked
actually, i think i would be more upset if i broke my iso ti ss (as opposed to my at700), since i dont think i can find that racket any more....
You can find an SP version of it.
Actually come to think of it.. its all my rackets. All either expensive or hard to find. Unless i have those $5 for 2 rackets and a shuttle in a pakage.. those if i break them also no worries.
I wonder what happen to my wodden racket my grandma gave me when i was a baby.
All of them!!!!
broken racket = $150+
ruth - $150 = very upset and tight with money for the rest of the month
But I guess if I really had to choose it would be my TI-10. Well, I have two so I guess both of them would have to break for me to really sad. But if one broken then I would be just as sad because that would mean that I only had one left and would really have to be careful with it.