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Post Pics of how your rackets are gripped !!!

Discussion in 'Grip' started by nanoray20, Oct 9, 2012.

  1. nanoray20

    nanoray20 Regular Member

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    :D We all have our own way of gripping our rackets, but some is still looking for a way or style to grip their own rackets. plz post your racket grip pics here:D
     
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    Rocker Regular Member

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    Well, you should post yours first :D
     
  3. nanoray20

    nanoray20 Regular Member

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    not yet mate not till sunday all my rackets are beening restrung no rackets at home atm
     
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    selfmade towelgrip on bare wood. Wrapped from Buttcap to the cone. DSC_0217.jpg
     
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    2012-10-11 22.11.14.jpg
    my rackets
     
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    here is mine

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  7. elijahwong

    elijahwong Regular Member

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    Have a look at mine !!
    SAM_1418.jpg SAM_1419.jpg
     
  8. nanoray20

    nanoray20 Regular Member

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    i do it the same way as you eli
     
  9. elijahwong

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    Oppa Lee Chong Wei Style !!!!
     
  10. gundamzaku

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    i grip it like most people, fairly carefully!!!
     
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    there are 3 different key parts to gripping a racket.

    how one start. usually one start from the handle cap side. which has this inverse cone shape that is difficult to wrap cleanly.

    the mid section. this is the easier part. but key is to make sure that each wind is parallel to the previous one.

    the finish. there are different style and technique to finishing the wrap. how high (if at all) one wraps up the cone (or even shaft). how do you finish off the loose end? just from the adhesive? or have it taped. how clean is your taping.



    sounds like we need to have a grip wrapping contest... :)
     
  12. gundamzaku

    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    contest sounds like a good idea, with a few categories and a few non-participating judges as well!!!
     
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    Peter Gade's gripping style on my VZF
     
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    Isn't that a photo from badmintonbible.com ?
     
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    im pretty sure decoy is right....that grip looks exactly like the one on badmintonbible! either he is the owner of the site or he's trying to test us and see if we can pick up stuff like that :D
     
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    How I do my grip.

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    this is how i grip my racket!
     
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    you aare absolutely right
     
  20. jon u

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    Very nice gripping! I like how u have built the grip at the bottom.. the same way i regrip it.
     

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