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Racket Recommendations?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Cycl0n3d, Jan 6, 2013.

  1. Cycl0n3d

    Cycl0n3d Regular Member

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    Hi! I currently play with a 3UG5 Voltric 80. I am an intermediate player who is more towards an aggressive style. I play men's doubles most of the time, rarely singles. Currently, I find that the head heavy balance of the racket is a bit too slow for defending and drives in doubles. I can't decide on which racket. I'm interested in the following rackets: Victor Bravsword 10, 12, Meteor x60, x80, and Arcsaber 8DX. However, I fear that the 8DX and x80 may be too stiff for me. Thanks.
     
  2. Lemollin

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    BS Lyd if money is not issue for u, or BS 12 which is a very good defensive racket and not stiff at all, BS10 might be stiffer than BS Lyd, however all the rackets above are good choice for defending play:rolleyes: , if you are more to aggressive play and prefer not so stiff racket, mx60 might be a good choice and its slightly head heavy to give you more punch for smashing.
     
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    What brand is better li ning or victor I do have yonex but bit tired of it now I was thinking victor brave sword 09 or li ning flame n36 which is better for an all round player fast good with power technique I have the voltric 80 ATM but I don't like it head heavy I prefer a racket that's light with power control and comfortable would ravket from these 2 brands or the one I suggested be all right
     
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    Oh and I play singles and doubles but I would mainly like a singles racket
     

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