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Racket Suggestion

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by kaushikgreat, Nov 18, 2007.

  1. kaushikgreat

    kaushikgreat Regular Member

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    hello every one,
    I am an intermediate player, and restarted playing badminton after more than 4 years. I used to play great :(.
    Well, i have Armortec 150 presently, and i feel thats not the right racket for me. I basically am an offensive player, and wish to improve my overall game play.
    Would want to improve my smash power and also my defence.
    So, i am in the market for a perfect racket for me, price not an issue as long it is not totally over the top.
    over all i wish to have a perfect balanced racket, the best may be :).

    I have an option of getting the racket from the subcontinent (India), so looking for suggestions from you for the right racket so that i can get that from India.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. kaushikgreat

    kaushikgreat Regular Member

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    And yeah regarding the FAQ
    1. How often do you play, how serious are you?
    I play quite regularly, nearly daily :)

    2. What style of player are you?
    Well, i am offensive, but wish to develop a balanced style.

    3. Do you care much about durability or is it all about performance?
    durability yes, but not as far as it affects the performance
    Performance > durability

    4. How much money do you want to spend?
    nothing exorbitant, 150$ may be. (again not absolute limits)

    cheers
     
  3. TedFong

    TedFong New Member

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    Hi kaushikgreat :)
    Try the mp 99, great blend of offensive and defensive
     
  4. kaushikgreat

    kaushikgreat Regular Member

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    well heard a good amount about mp 99, but a few say that it is a difficult racket to adjust to, but would like to invite few more suggestions.
    Was also looking at the wilson's new makes, how would they compete with the yonex ones, especially on price with similar quality.
     

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