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Professional players and their racquets

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Josh, Oct 13, 2001.

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  1. j4ckie

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    Nah the N55 is not really hard to use. For me, only the N90/N90II are really hard to use, all others may be subject to personal opinion/preference but aren't really very demanding.
     
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    I would agree for the n90II, one of the few Li Ning I have tried, and could not produce anything with it!
     
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    Can anyone confirm whether Porntip was using a N90II in the China Masters? It looks like it to me, but the video I watched was not that clear!


    Thanks!
     
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    Yeah, she was using N90II at China Masters.
     
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    What racket was Yoo using at the china masters? :)
     
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    Looked like MX JJS if I remember...
     
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    I thought that but couldnt be sure - ironic considering his new MD partnership with LYD
     
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    it didnt look like a mxjjs from the closeups ive seen, but i dont know any model that looks like it...
     
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    Exactly my thoughts when I saw it :p
     
  10. j4ckie

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    Pretty sure that was a JJS....
     
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    Everyone wants to be JJS :)
     
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    May I ask that what racket does the Korean player Kim so-young use??
     
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    Brave Sword 12N
     
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    Then which racket does Lee Yong Dae use?
     
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    It seems to be the old BS12 for MD and the MXJJS for MX. But I have a feeling he will change his BS12 soon.
     
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    [MENTION=4876]R20190[/MENTION] change to this ? btw can anyone confirm what racket is this ?
     
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    For all we know that could be a new brave sword haha..he has always been the poster boy for the BS series.
     
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    Interesting. That's news to me. Must have been a recent change as I swear he was still using the old BS12 last week?

    At a glance, it has the same colour scheme as the low end old BS130. But it's not, as the black is in the throat area.
     
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    Nah it's some new model. Nobody knows what it is yet.
     
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    I believe this was the racket where we mentioned in previous post about the black & white racket but this photo had better angle so we can clearly see the paint job of it. White, light green and black :)
     

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