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Recommend me a Racket

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by procheese, Jul 20, 2010.

  1. procheese

    procheese Regular Member

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    I am looking for a new racket for mainly doubles and a bit of singles. I want it to be:
    - head balanced to head heavy
    - 3U or 4U
    - Fairly Stiff
    - Yonex, Victor or Li Ning

    My play style is attacking, yet I still would a racket to be quick since doubles is really quick.

    Thanks
     
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    izzi-carbonex Regular Member

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    ..Arcsaber 8DX or Arcsaber 5!!!
     
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    Yonex Arcsabers (any of them), Victor Superwaves 35, Li Ning N33 Rocks. ^^
     
  4. procheese

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    How do the arcsabers compare to the sw35 and n33 in power and defense?
     
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    RSL rac also good i used a few brand. YY is good too
     
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    Well, I recommended those because to me they're all quite similar. ^^ To briefly distinguish between the Arcsabers, 10 is geared towards singles, 7 is geared towards doubles. 8DX and 5 sit in the middle with 8DX leaning towards singles and 5 leaning towards doubles. Personally, I'd use any of them for either singles or doubles hahaha~
     
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    So I've narrowed it down to the Arc10, arc8xd, li ning n55 and n33. How good are these in power/control/defense?
     
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    They're all top tier, expensive rackets with excellent performance in all departments. Like I said before, I'd opt for any of them, and in the end it's your personal preference and ultimately your own decision. If you want more specific opinions on each racket, search for more threads in both the Equipment and the Racket Recommendation/Comparison forums.
     

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