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racket for beginner

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by fiq_boy2001, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. fiq_boy2001

    fiq_boy2001 Regular Member

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    hai,i`m new here...
    i`m looking for apacs edge saber10.
    it recommended for beginner or different racket recommended for me....
    please help me
     
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    Depends what your playing style is. Can you tell us more about your playing style and budget
     
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    the thread title will gain interest...:p:D

    before we can help, please answer to phandrew's questionnaires.
    give and take. want to take something, first of all, give.

    it is not necessary to get apacs edge saber 10.
     
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    fiq_boy2001 Regular Member

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    my budget rm115...
     
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    whats rm? malaysian?

    i dunno how good you are so i can't really tell what kinda of racket for you

    how beginner?

    and since your beginner, and im guessing you have a low budget? i'd say any racket with a built in t - joint should be fine for you

    edgesabers and such are considered intermediate
     
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    With RM 115 which is roughly CAD $40 or US $32, there isn't much choice to get.
    I don't think you can get apacs edge saber 10.
    Can someone recommend a racquet in this price range?
     
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    so true

    i'd say.... WILSON =]? rofl
     
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    if you are a beginner, then its not necessary just to have the apacs edge saber10..
     
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    Any of the Apacs clones like ES10, ES7 and AP900 should fit your budget.
     
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    Pro Ace Lightning 828,838,878
     
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    i have buy a es10 with 25lbs tension....
    i have test it...
    i feel my smash more power....
    i think it`s good for me
     

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