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Replacement for a Ti-10

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Cookz, Aug 21, 2013.

  1. Cookz

    Cookz Regular Member

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    Last night, I broke my beloved second generation Ti-10 :( so now i'm back on the market for a new racket. Can anyone recommend a suitable replacement?
     
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    3rd Gen Ti-10?

    unless you want something else, then we would need to know your preference and playing style :)
     
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    Defensive/Counter Attack style. I prefer something on the stiffer side, and head-heavy. I'm looking to try a Victor racket rather than a Yonex one.
     
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    Mx jjs/60/70
     
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    For something faster maybe the Brave Sword 10 (not the TW coded since it is apparently less stiff)/11
    and for something with more power the Bravesword LYD or the Meteor X80.
     
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    Oops I meant 70/80
     
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    yes,agree,something with more power the Bravesword LYD or the Meteor X80.thanks[​IMG]
     
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    a buddy of mine let me borrow his mx jjs so i'll see how that goes. How you guys feel about the Superwave 37? i dont know too too much about victor rackets, ive been using yonex stuff for a majority of the years ive been playing :p
     
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    Superwave 35 is a lot better than 37
     
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    In what respect is it better? Overall? or just based on my playing style?
     
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    Bravesword 15? It's head heavy, quick and stiff. Quite perfect for your defensive and counter attacking style and requirement ....
     
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    I use to use the Ti10 (1st generation) and after snapping both of them in the shaft from smashing, I had a hard time finding a replacement. I tried the AT700 first gen, the AT900P, but the only one that I really like is the Li Ning N90II (available at www.Li-NingOnline.com).

    If you get a chance, borrow someone's and swing it around. Feels pretty good! :)
     
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    Hi bro how is the JJS compared to ti-10 2nd gen? i'm a ti-10 2nd gen lover too and still looking for the perfect replacement. so far i found Kason F9 the closest but a little bit more flex. if u prefer a stiffer 1, u can try BS LYD as the 1 i have is a bit stiffer than ti-10. i jus bought a BS12 blue. initial impression feels good. will tell u the result when i try out on court
     
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    Hey I also just got the Kason F9, and I absolutely love it. The flex on it is perfect for me right now, wheras the MX JJS I tried was a little too stiff for comfort, that would really be my only complaint about the JJS, it's a solid racquet otherwise. I've used the BS12 blue before as well, and i found that it was a little too headlight for my liking, but I didn't get to play with it for as long as I would like to in order to evaluate it thoroughly, but yeah let me know how the BS 12 feels in comparison to the F9.
     
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