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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. a|extan

    a|extan Regular Member

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    have not used a c7 b4
     
  2. demolidor

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    What about a2-a4?
     
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    anybody knows what weight the voltric 80 players are using(3u or 4u)? Boe, LCW, Peter Gade, Axelsen etc etc
     
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    sony dwi kuncoro racket in the recent chinese taipei open? anyone?
     
  5. demolidor

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    Voltric 70 I believe, already at the previous tournaments as well ...
     
  6. george@chongwei

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    LWW,CCM,CCE using FLEET racket..
     
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    generally for korean MD, which racket that they are using, beside BS09 for LYD? anyone know?

    Thanks.
     
  8. Dokkie

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    JJS: MX 80
    KSH: SW37
    YYS: BS12

    For the rest a lot of BS10's and SW35's as far as I know.
     
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    Thanks.. no wonder from the live match most of the design have black colour design frame which is a resemble of BS10/SW35...
     
  10. george@chongwei

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    Looks like Lee yong dae change back to his normal racket:D 312218_175842962490857_100001954625531_375839_206614393_n.jpg
     
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    Did he ever change? Only used MX80 for 1 match or so at the Superseries Finales right?
     
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    He was using BS LYD series at Taipei GPG.

     
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    JJS still using mx 80?
    He cant smash with the meteor :p
     
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    Joachim Fischer Nielsen [​IMG] - Voltric 80 (ARC10) yonex_logo_small (Custom).gif
     
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    Kido and Hendra use El Nino 7??
    U6619P6T12D5745505F44DT20110914155713.jpg

    U6619P6T12D5745510F44DT20110914160349.jpg
     
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    Hello Everyone:)

    I am new to badminton central and realize i have been missing such interesting discussions.

    I would start but requesting your advise..
    I am trying for a while to buy a head light racket for badminton..but I rarely see or find them.. most of them available or famous are head heavy..

    Please suggest me some rackets from your vast experience of badminton for a average good player like me and thank you very much in advance.

    Cheers from Cyprus!
     
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    Start by reading earlier posts. there is a goldmine here of the information you seek.

    This post is a discussion about what racket-model different pro's are using, and you should really try to stick to that topic if you post in this thread.

    A golden rule to begin with (in any internet forum) is to stick to the topic what the discussion thread is about, or post new questions etc. in the general, racket forum etc. for general advice on rackets.

    Cheers,
    Twobeer
     
  19. JoshuaCYS

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    Yea, The Star is famous for using old pictures instead of current ones. It's obvious that TBH is in the pic instead of CY and FHF
     
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    Hey I was watching the MS final for JO, and i was wondering what racket cl was using. Anyone have an idea?
     

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