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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Josh, Oct 13, 2001.
I saw from ad , was a SW 35 , but the colour was not like Sw 35 .
I think Park Sung Hwan was using SW36
Here's the pic...........
Can we just check latest news from Korea:
ehm....what racket is he using now??
is LYD still using BS09 in KO 2010????
Yeah i think .... i saw from white and red , or silver and red .
Should be .
What if any, Doubles players are using AT700, AT900p/t ?
Oh and also are BG65 ti the same as BG65 power ?
CY used AT900T for sometimes before switching to Li-Ning
Back when Lin Dan still using MP-99, is there anyone know what weight that he use? 3U or 2U
And what kind of string and the tension ?
Im curious about the past Anyone can answer me?
It was most probably the more "practical" 3U weight since 2U is not easy on the arms and is mostly used by stronger doubles players who would not want to worry about breakage from clashes and such.
As for string and tension he has always been using BG65 all the time at 30lbs ECP (although the likelihood of the tension dropping to 27/28lbs due to the stretchiness of BG65 during play is very high). According to pro stringers who has strung his racquets he has also used BG65Ti for sometime during 2005 but that was after he switched to using AT700 old colour.
Lin dan uses 2u version cp coded.
Thanks for your guys opinion. I see. So the young Lin use a 2U MP-99 with BG-65. It's just a guess but maybe it is strung at 29 lbs that time
He used. Now he is using W3
wondering what is kkk/tbh string dan tension? =D
Laybourn must have a strong arm, if he is using 36lbs
tan boon heong only use 28 tension ?? but this is ti10.....what is the string and tension he used in current racket???
How old is this ?
Japan open 2008