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Recomendations for good non-yonex rackets in Taiwan

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by prassi, Sep 27, 2010.

  1. prassi

    prassi Regular Member

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    Hi,
    A friend of mine traveling to Taiwan has offered to bring me a racket, can anyone suggest good Non-Yonex rackets (make/model) something equivalent to a Yonex Nanospeed 9000 (Type-S), also something that doesn't break easily . I'm a fairly offensive player and don't like very head heavy rackets.

    Thanks
     
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    Look for Victor racquets then. If you like fast swinging racquet, go for the Brave Sword series.
     
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    I dunno.. it's almost a sin to travel all the way to Taiwan and not buy Yonex if you are looking for a Yonex equivalent.
     
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    Victor BS 10 or the new bumble series
     
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    you are a fairly offensive all-around player? because mostly offensive players would choose head-heavy balanced rackets. Victor is a very good brand and made-in Taiwan. never try VICTOR BUMBLEBEE series but i heard it's good enough for offensive with less head-heavy. Alternatively, BRAVE SWORD might give what you expect.
     
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    prassi Regular Member

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    Thanks for all your responses, what are your thoughts on MMOA rackets ?
     
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    Sealman Regular Member

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    is your friend going to taipei? you could ask him/her to drop by the mmoa showroom to have a look at the products. the address can be found here:
    http://mmoa.com.tw/about_index.html
    http://mmoa.com.tw/index.html

    during my last trip i had a difficult time deciding which mmoa racquet to buy as there were too many models to choose from. in the end i bought the top model which has since been discontinued.
     

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