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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. decoy

    decoy Regular Member

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    You mean the n90 they sold to the public or the one Lin Dan used immediately after switching to li ning?
     
  2. Elisha

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    The one Lin Dan used of course. Selling it to the public is just inviting a lawsuit!
     
  3. decoy

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    That's why I figured I'd ask.
     
  4. Rocker

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    Yeah, I think one of the most paint job is Taufik Hidayat with his Arcsaber ZS TH(Arc10). Some photos indicate that he actually use Arc10(from the string pattern).
     
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    of course with IN code and 3uG6....i ve held the racket my self
     
  6. R20190

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    So can you confirm it was an Arc10 painted to look like an ArcZS TH ?
     
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    pejantan Regular Member

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    at least i has arc 10 form, the head, the shaft all is arc 10....but a source told me that even TH's arc 10 is still different form another in the market....dont know is it true or not
     
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    Hi Bros: Is Lin dan start using The White N90 III already ?
     
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    Dear BC-ers here's a quick enquiry. I am currently on a lookout for a Li-NING racket that has a similar swing speed, if not faster than the Victor BS LYD. My current first choice racket is the BS LHI and the BS 12/12N. Would like recommendations from fellow enthusiast. I would prefer an even balanced racket, with a flex but slanting to the mid stiff range. I was thinking of purchasing the N50 III or the N90II LD SPEED.

    In regards of this thread, I would like to know which player uses both rackets mentioned above (N50 III, N90II LD SPEED). Also it would be great if anyone could provide me the rackets used by the top 5 women's doubles pairs at current point.

    Apart from Li Ning I would also consider recommendations from KUMPOO, YONEX or VICTOR. Do note that I have already used the MXJJS, BSLYD, BSLYDN, BS15, ARC11, and the VT80. I am now looking for something in between BS12 and BS LHI...something close to that.

    I hope you guys could help me out here. Your kind/prompt comments and feedback is much appreciated. Thanks in advance :)
     
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    Yonex Nanoray ZSpeed
     
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    From what I read, that's heavier....and also ridiculously expensive.
     
  12. Ferrerkiko

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    Hey guys: Any of you know what racket is Zhang Nan Using ?
     
  13. MagicElite

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    n55iii........
     
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    Can anyone tell me what rackets are Liu Xiaolong & Qiu Zihan using right now?
     
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    Liu Xiao Long - Lining N70

    Qiu Zi Han - N50ii
     
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    Anyone know what racket is Lee Hyun Il using for this Korean open?
     
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    Isn't he retired?
     
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    He graciously unretired himself again rofl
     
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    News! Pics! Links! Anything please...
     

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